What worries you most now that Mom and Dad are getting older?
There are so many things, right? And they keep you awake at night, don’t they?
And what about other aging family members?
The list goes on and on. When you are caught between caring for your family, job and home and being caregiver for elderly family or friends, you can feel overwhelmed. And it doesn’t help if you live far away and all your siblings are scattered around the nation.
Keeping In Touch Solutions can help. We know what a challenge being a member of the “sandwich generation” can be, because many of us here have walked, or are walking, in the same shoes as you.
Peace of mind is still possible …
Keeping In Touch Solutions provides several solutions that can help reduce or eliminate the worry and stress you feel.
Our Care Callers make a personal, not automated, call to your loved one every day to offer reminders to eat, exercise or take medications. A friendly voice and some cheerful conversation that can be counted on is a relief for you and provides a sense of security for your loved one. You can even get a daily email letting you know how your loved one is doing. Emergency protocols are in place, in case of an emergency the contacts you establish are notified right away.
How do you set a price on peace of mind when it’s your mom?
On the other side of the coin, if Mom is an independent, active senior and you worry something could happen to her and no one would know, register for Love My New Freedom. She checks in with Care Callers daily and we make sure we hear from her each day.
To prevent your mom or dad from being targeted by scammers and fraudsters, subscribe to Senior Fraud Alert for an easy, convenient and safe way to eliminate the potential of identity or financial theft.
We step in to fill the gaps when you can’t be everywhere for everyone at the same time. Every service you find here has one objective: to make your life easier and less stressful, and to help empower your aging loved ones live safely, healthy and happy in the place they call home.