Overcoming Conversation Roadblocks with an Aging Parent

What brought you here today? A parent’s string of driving incidents, a significant health event, or finding the family homestead needing significant cleanout and repairs? Something has to be done – and fast – but the idea of confronting your aging parent creates instant anxiety. That’s because you’re about to tell someone you plan to change their way of life.

Whether you’re concerned about driving or dementia, this workbook will help convey the timing and solutions your loved one is comfortable implementing. Completely change the conversation on elder care so aging parents feel empowered to age gracefully rather than stripped of independence.

Concerned about putting your own children through this one day? Completing this as young as 50 gives plenty of time to explore options and financially prepare. Feel in full control rather than confronted when it’s time to pull the transition trigger!

  • Driving
  • Cooking
  • Home Maintenance
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Housework
  • Laundry
  • Create your own events
  • What else to consider
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About the Author

Quentara Costa helps the sandwich generation prioritize kids, self, and aging parents. For years Quentara was the primary caregiver for her father who was diagnosed with Alzheimers at the age of 70. Since his passing she’s become a mother of two sweet girls. Professionally she received a master’s degree in Personal Financial Planning from Bentley University and has held the CFP® designation since 2010. Community involvement includes hosting the Merrimack Valley Senior and Caregiver Group and volunteering for Budget Buddies.

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