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Caregiving: How To Help Aging Adults And Aging Parents Stay At Home
Pamela D. Wilson -- Caregiving Expert, Advocate & Speaker Pamela D. Wilson -- Caregiving Expert, Advocate & Speaker
Golden , CO
Monday, May 06, 2019

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Caregiving: How To Help Aging Adults and Aging Parents Stay at Home

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Golden, Colorado – May 6, 2019

Staying At Home Is a Dream That Many Aging Adults Don't Know How to Make Come True

Aging adults talk about how staying at home during retirement years is a dream, however, few know what it really takes to make this happen. Family caregivers don't know either. Aging adults and family caregivers struggle when care needs increase and when caregiving catastrophes happen. All involved continue to lose balance in daily life and experience greater stress and burnout. 

Caregiving is a family matter. Caregiving is a life role that arises unexpectedly and throws unprepared families into chaos. 

Few aging adults and caregivers think proactively about what it really takes to stay at home. Staying at home takes more than love. Staying at home takes a personal investment and work to avoid paying for in-home caregivers, and to avoid moving to a care community or a nursing home.

Caregiving expert, Pamela D. Wilson knows.

Aging Adults and Caregivers Wait Too Long To Get Help

Many aging adults are hesitant to trust online programs, support groups, and courses because they have fallen prey to agencies selling services, information and referral sites and middlemen brokering products. Their personal information is given to companies who are persistent in trying to sell products and services.

This is an unfortunate factor of the online world because so many caregivers and aging adults need help today but are fearful and don't know who to trust. This trust factor makes caregivers and aging adults hesitant to take a step forward to make caregiving situations better. 

Caregiving expert and advocate Pamela D. Wilson is not an agency selling outside services, course participants are not handed off to anyone else. There is no brokering of other services. Pamela is a nationally recognized caregiving expert and advocate.

According to Pamela, "It's a shame that so many aging adults and caregivers need help that the Internet can provide but that there is a hesitancy to access help because of one bad experience."

The PamelaDWilson.com website purposefully has no advertising from outside parties. Course participant information remains confidential and goes no further than for the purpose of attending online courses and receiving access to online course information.

Pamela D. Wilson is the person that single adults, spouses, and married couples trusted to manage care for more than 20 years. Because of her specialized knowledge working in hospitals, nursing homes, care facilities, and in client homes, she knows information that most aging adults and family members who are caregivers don't know that can be extremely beneficial to managing care situations.

The Online Course - Stay at Home

In the online course, Stay at Home, Pamela leads aging adults and family caregivers through a 10-week program to help participants identify risks that lead to needing more and expensive care. Practical solutions are offered in addition to sections on how to manage family caregiving relationships.

The course is offered online through a confidential membership site. Participants receive course materials and participate in live online question and answer sessions so that Pamela can immediately respond to concerns. Participant information remains confidential.

The course shares information that most caregivers and aging adults don't know – even though they think they know. Solutions and step-by-step processes are shared for working with the healthcare industry including doctors. Caregivers and aging adults quickly become frustrated and worn out by a health care system that feels as if it doesn't care about aging adults.

 Caregiving is a life role that arises unexpectedly and throws unprepared families into chaos. 

Being Proactive Supports Choice and Independence for Aging Adults

The Stay at Home course opens the door to early caregiving conversations about how to be proactive to manage caregiving needs and manage caregiving costs. Many caregivers wait until situations become so advanced that they have no option but to seek help.

Waiting for a caregiving catastrophe to happen only creates more worry, anxiety, stress, and feelings of overwhelm. By the time caregivers seek help, the door to options are closed, and choices are limited.

Seeking help early is the solution to having more choice in caregiving situations. Through the Stay at Home course, rather than being unprepared for caregiving situations, aging adults and family caregivers will have peace of mind and confidence to know what to do to stay at home.


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Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA, a National Certified Guardian and Certified Senior Advisor, is a caregiving thought leader, elder care expert, advocate, and speaker. Pamela offers family caregivers programming and support to navigate the challenges of providing, navigating, and planning for care. She guides professionals practicing in estate planning, elder and probate law, and financial planning to create plans to address unexpected concerns identified in her past role as a professional fiduciary. Healthcare professionals are supported by Pamela’s expertise to increase responsiveness and sensitivity to the extensive range of care challenges faced by care recipients and caregivers. Contact Pamela HERE

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