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Senior Care Management Insights - August 2014

August 2014

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Get Families Talking: Resources to Help Seniors Create an Action Plan for Aging
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As a senior care professional you've likely seen firsthand the frustration that can arise when a family lacks clear communication surrounding a loved one's choices as they age. A new program called the 40-70 Rule® : An Action Plan for Successful AgingSM offers free tips, conversation starters, and other resources that can help seniors discuss difficult aging topics with their families...
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Resources for You:

Aging Conversation Guide

Have your senior patients talked with their family members about their end-of-life wishes? Finances? Future living preferences? This interactive conversation guide can help them find resources to assist with the aging considerations they have yet to discuss with their family.

Printable Action Plan for Aging

As a parent ages, a good rule of thumb is for families to have key aging conversations as the adult children approach age 40 and the parents near age 70. The 40/70 Rule®: An Action Plan for Successful AgingSM is a printable resource that you can share with families as they prepare to navigate the difficult conversations surrounding end of life choices.

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The Patient's Voice

The Patient's Voice:
Your Parents' Finances: Have You Had the Conversation?

Home Instead takes a look at the importance of planning ahead financially for your aging situation through the lens of a mother and her young daughter.

our Parents' Finances: Have You Had the Conversation?

The Heart of a CAREGiver

Caring for seniors is a labor of love that requires a special person with just the right touch. The Home Instead® network is looking for dedicated CAREGiversSM who share its passion for caregiving to provide non-medical in-home care assistance to seniors. Learn more about what it takes to become a CAREGiver at


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