Why Don’t You Want To Plan For Your Demise?

By Wendy Johnstone
October 31, 2016

Last week, I was on a panel to talk about #AgingWell in BC. One of the biggest themes emerging was the importance of PLANNING for the future.

The subject remains taboo for many; after all, who wants to explore their decline in health and function let alone their mortality? Unfortunately, failing to plan adequately for your transition into eldercare or talking to your aging parents about it can be disastrous for both you and your family.

Sometimes people don’t know where to start. The healthcare system is daunting for most, let alone families dealing with a senior transitioning into needing more support or care. Having a roadmap significantly reduces stress and will give you peace of mind.

If you are over 70, have parents over 70 or are currently dealing with someone in eldercare or transitioning, now is the time to develop an eldercare plan.

The best place to start: Purchase my Planning Workbook, “Get Your Eldercare Affairs In Order“. I’ve just published the 2nd edition, hot off the press yesterday.

Trust me, it’s the best $10.50 you’ll spend. That’s cheaper than lunch.

It’ll decrease your stress, save you money, save you time and will give you and your aging loved one peace of mind.

Check out: http://keystoneeldercare.com/get-your-eldercare-affairs-in-order/ for more information.

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– Mike G., Nanaimo, BC

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