Elderly Care, Aging Parent Care and Senior Care Guide

If you are caring for an elderly parent, an aging parent or providing senior care,  you are not alone. Caregiving for an aging loved one can be time consuming, expensive, exhaustive, and often takes a physical and emotional toll on both the caregiver and the elder.  How to know when it is time to put your parent in a nursing home or assisted living?  How to convince,  how to prepare and how to transition an elderly parent to a nursing home?  How to handle finances and find financial assistance for an aging parent?  What are the early signs of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? These are several examples of many questions the child of an aging parent or the caregiver of a senior may have.   Elderly Parent Resources (EPR) provides caregivers with answers to difficult questions and aims to help guide you through what can be a very confusing and stressful process.   Our mission is to provide the most respected and very best resources and support options for caregivers and elders.

Aging Parent and Elder Care Guide, Checklists and Resources

You need answers, and a fast, effective way to find resources to help your elderly or aging parents achieve or maintain a healthy lifestyle.   You also need a realistic and compassionate plan to help those involved retain dignity, feel respected and  be comfortable with decisions that are made.  Aging Parents, The Essential Guide for Peace of Mind  is a concise and easy-to-follow road map for providing the best care possible for your aging parents.

This essential elder care guide includes:

  • Information on the best senior care, eldercare and aging parent websites.
  • Elder care organizations and aging parent support networks.
  • Best practices and essential checklists.
  • Top rated and must read articles, blogs and elder care books.
  • Money saving and time saving services.
  • Aging parent financial planning advice.


Elder Care Support Guide and Resouces

Elderly Parent Resources’ “Aging Parents, The essential Guide For Peace of Mind”  is a guide for anyone responsible the well-being of an elder, aging parent or senior.  We help you through all stages of the process and give you the tools that you need to meet the needs of  a loved one.  Register for our newsletter today and receive a free eldercare whitepaper ” 50 Ways to Care for Mom or Dad…Without Going Broke”


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