Caregiving has become the norm for American families. Middle aged individuals spend more time caring for their parents than for their children.
Today, elder care has become more complicated, more necessary, more likely to impact you.
One in four U.S. households, there is someone caring for an elderly family member or friend.
Elder Care is designed to establish a plan of action in matters involving living arrangements, estate planning, medical bills, finances and much more, to ensure your family can spend less time in conflict and more time enjoying the years you have left with your loved one.