Looking for Local Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio Senior Services for Aging Parent?
Posted Aug 24 2008 9:55pm
Are you an adult child of aging parents and you're working full-time, juggling your immediate family's schedule, balancing a personal life, and helping mom & dad? Are you living at a distance from your aging relative? If the answer is "Yes, who isn't?"Then you may need my senior referral help finding local senior services for you aging parent(s) or relative. It's no cost to you.. all we need is the following information from you -Get Local Help for Senior Now.
Our senior care network serves the Greater Austin, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio for family caregivers like you. If your aging parent or relative lives in Texas or outside of Texas, I can help you locate the following:
House Call Medicine
Senior In-Home Care (Non-Medical - Companion, Light House Keeping, Cooking, Daily Living)
Senior Home Health Care (Skilled Nursing - RN's and LVN's, Certified Nurse Aides, Medical Social Workers, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Respiratory Therapist, and Certified Dietician)
Geriatric Case Managers
Assisted Living Options
It's extremely difficult to help an aging relative from any distance, across town or across the country. In truth, in takes time and energy to research for senior services. It all comes down to this... you have two choices - get help with locating senior care for your aging parent NOW by clicking onGet Local Senior Help Nowor you can remain worried, confused, and worn-out. Let me prove it to you - Ask me now!
Which situation are you in?
My loved one is in a crisis! As you may already know, health conditions of our seniors develop over time. I'm telling, from my experience, the need to arrange for caregiving or senior help comes on fast, when you least expect it.
I'm a family caregiver and I need help! Whether you are paid or not, caring for a senior is hard work and quickly leads to stress and burnout.
I want to plan for the future, now what? The time to plan for elder or senior care such as advance directives, getting legal papers in order, financial strategies, living arrangements, help with caregiving, and dealing with changes are much easier if you prepare in advance. It's better if the aging loved one can participate in the process of their care.
We can help you. Send me an email Carol@WorkingCaregiver.com or leave a message for us by calling 1-888-797-7806. We promise to get back with you as soon as possible.
Gain your peace of mind. Call or email me. Thank you for visiting.