Having A Plan To Help Aging Parents
Connie’s motivational quote today is by, ― Karyn Rizzo
“Failure to plan ahead is a plan sure to FAIL!”
Let’s talk about having a pan for the future. Specifically, how many of you have a plan for the future in regards to whom will take care of you when you get old?
I’ll bet many of you listening are facing this situation with your mom’s & dads and these questions are hitting close to home for you. So how many of you have aging parents that need your assistance?
I’ll bet you all know someone whose parents have dementia or some other debilitating issue that prevents them from getting around and enjoying what is left of his or her life. When things seem to change suddenly with an elderly parent – it can be startling, that your parent that you have relied on suddenly in need of your help.
The key question that needs to be asked is: How to manage this new normal – – so that we can focus on enjoying this aging person that we love so dearly, while still giving them the opportunity to have quality of life?
Your host, Connie Whitman, speaks with Vlad Zherenovsky and Vlad is going to share some strategies and ways to approach this devastating family situation before tragedy strikes.
Vlad is the CEO of Kraner, LLC and has more than 15 years in his role as a wealth manager. He has been in the trenches with families in crisis – and helped them forge ahead. Even if you are not currently facing this situation – getting prepared for it, will make all the difference in the world. Get ready for some key strategies for steps you can take right now with your parents and siblings.