In – Case – of – Emergency! We can help!
What if you are the sole caregiver for a loved one. What happens to them if something happens to YOU?? Let’s work together to create a plan NOW to put things in place so that you are making the decisions before a crisis. We’ll talk about the immediate need of keeping them safe and who to contact. We’ll talk about which community you would like to choose for them. You will receive recommendations for 1-3 places that fits based on care needs and financial resources. We will visit the communities together and you will decide what is your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice. In an emergency, a community may not have availability and it’s a good idea to have alternatives in place.
We will help to fill out move in paperwork, such as the life story, for each community ahead of time. This will be your opportunity to share with the community your loved one’s likes, dislikes, and personal traits so others may know how to provide the best care.
Likewise, what if you are living alone and your family/decision makers are living far away? Wouldn’t YOU like to make the decision of where you would like to be in the event of an emergency? Again, we’ll talk about what’s important to you, the location so you may be near to friends and support, and your financial resources.
If the time comes to put your plan in place, we will immediately jump into action to make sure that everything we discuss will happen. However, before we meet – it’s important that you have documentation such as Power of Attorney papers completed. If you are the only POA listed for your loved one, this is the time to consider who will assume this role if you are unable to make decisions.
Act now so you, your children and loved ones can have the peace of mind of knowing they don’t have to make decision for you with no idea where to begin.
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to develop a plan for immediate help
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