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Becoming a Caregiver: How to Support Aging Parents and Maintain Your Sanity

Learn everything you need to know about managing the unexpected situations that arise when aging parents need help and more and more of your time.

Watch sections of this webinar program one at a time or binge-watch the entire eight-module series.

Check out the short video above to meet Pamela and learn more details.

Early in the modules, you will gain knowledge about how to notice the little things that indicate parents may need more help. You'll also receive insights into surviving the emotional ups and downs associated with watching the health and abilities of parents or aging loved ones decline. 

Caregivers will learn how to manage and monitor health issues, create financial and legal plans, identify support services, learn the ins and outs of hiring in-home caregivers, investigate assisted living, and more.

This course offers a shortcut to hours of research, searching for trustworthy advice, and reliable information all in one place. 

Pamela D. Wilson, a caregiving expert,  shares proven processes and step-by-step plans from 20+ years of experience as a care manager, medical and financial power of attorney, court-appointed guardian, trustee, and personal representative of the estate.

The program provides a deep dive into managing the unexpected issues that arise when aging parents want to live at home but experience increasing challenges managing day-to-day events and physical or memory difficulties. 

Instead of being surprised by ongoing events, family caregivers can be prepared. You will have access to the webinar program and printable information 24 hours a day featuring 70 mini-webinars (28 hours of videos, plus downloads, worksheets, and more) in addition to 24 hours of podcasts.

What this program covers:

  • How to understand the relationship between aging and health so you can work with doctors and healthcare providers to prevent increasing levels of disability and sickness
  • Strategies to initiate discussions about topics that aging parents and other family members may want to ignore
  • Home safety tips to reduce injuries, hospitalizations, and nursing home care
  • Things caregivers don't know to watch for --  but that are essential for reducing the likelihood that parents may need more 
  • How to manage disagreements and conflicts with siblings, parents, and other family members
  • Tips to identify and care for loved ones with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and other conditions related to memory loss
  • What to do when parents can no longer live alone
  • Why hospital stays for older adults can result in health conditions worsening instead of improving
  • How to create financial plans for the costs of care, including what to do when there isn't enough money to pay for care
  • Tips to navigate the healthcare system and advocate with insurance companies and providers to make sure loved ones get the care they need
  • Understand the legal planning and medical permissions necessary to speak to doctors and healthcare providers about the care of your parents
  • Hiring in-home caregivers, managing care, and working with the staff in assisted living and nursing homes so that parents receive care instead of being overlooked
  • Tips for managing caregiver stress and overwhelm
  • And more . . .

Sign up today to gain the confidence to know you are doing the right things to care for aging loved ones. 

 

What People Are Saying:

I am so glad I found your page and your links. I first saw your channel and thought, at last someone who is actually saying exactly the things that I have been experiencing. What a relief to have an outlet and also directions on how to ease this sometimes seemingly never-ending stress. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

D.M.

You are my guardian Angel! I'm so glad I found you on here cause you have given me the ability to keep on going and the ability to fight for my mom and not to mention I'm learning thru you that I'm not crazy and everything that mom is doing is normal for Dementia/Alzheimer's, and it's also okay to need a break!

L.O.

No one is more experienced or knowledgeable in helping caregivers and care recipients than Pamela D. Wilson. Pamela is an educator and a professional caregiver. She knows what works and her advice is more than theory, it has been tested in practical application.

John Horan, CMSP, CFSP