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30-Minute Consultation with Pamela D Wilson

Are you caring for aging parents, a spouse, loved ones, or trying to navigate a care situation for yourself?

Caregiving expert, Pamela D Wilson, can help you evaluate and plan for a variety of care situations. She is an experienced geriatric care manager and professional fiduciary with more than 20 years of experience who has helped thousands of families and adults solve simple to complicated care matters.  

Pamela provides guidance on these topics: 

  • Evaluating current care situations to identify priorities
  • How to talk to loved ones about care needs—those who refuse help, exhibit negative tendencies or apathy
  • Discussing health concerns to develop proactive strategies
  • Navigating care with the healthcare system
  • Decisions about hiring in-home care agencies
  • Coordinating relationships with multiple care providers
  • Managing care needs to minimize or maintain advancing concerns
  • The right time to move to a care community: independent, assisted living or memory care or a nursing home
  • Evaluating memory loss concerns and planning for care
  • Advocating for care when providers disagree, fail to follow through or other concerns exist
  • Discussing health insurance, long term care insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid planning
  • Financial planning and budgeting for care needs
  • Legal planning for care needs (power of attorney, guardianship, living wills, wills, or trusts)
  • DNR (do not resuscitate) documents vs. a living will
  • End of life care discussions, palliative care, hospice care
  • Community services
  • Navigating family relationships: spousal caregiving, adult child caregiving, elderly caregivers caring for the elderly
  • How to balance the challenges of giving up your life or a job to care for aging parents or a spouse
  • Why women need to be more proactive in planning for care in later life
  • The stages of caregiving
  • Estimating care costs for a sick spouse faced with a divorce settlement
  • Cultural differences or religious beliefs about the duty to care for aging parents
  • Abusive care situations, working with Adult Protective Services, self-neglect, mandatory reporting

Additional information about Pamela can be found on her her website.