Caring for your aging parents just got a little easier for you.
I can help...
Hi! My name is Rob McInnes and I am a senior caregiver of my mother and my in-laws.
As a senior caregiver for your aging parents you know it’s a lot of work trying to help them stay healthy...
to support them to keep their independence
to postpone those emotional and financial COSTS of assisted living or hospital stays.
Older seniors very easily feel depressed and isolated; they lose their friends, their health and their self-esteem. They get fragile and weak, they forget or mix up their pills.
This can put Mom or Dad straight into the hospital.
I am in my 60’s. I am a senior citizen caregiver. (AARP considers anyone 50 years or older to be a senior.) I have been one of the long distance caregivers for my parents- more now that my Dad has passed away.
Even though I try hard, it has not been easy. My Mom is in her 80’s and living alone 1500 miles away. And my in-laws are in their 80’s and living 300 miles away in a different direction.
I want to share with you my experience and great solutions I have found that you can also use. You can help keep your aging Mom or Dad independent and possibly postpone hospital stays and assisted living.
It's been challenging, but I'm going to tell you about things that I've discovered, such things as...
a daily live telephone conversation service (what a relief!)
tips to help elderly seniors who are having trouble seeing
some simple physical exercises (why it's so important to keep their balance)
why immediately setting up their affairs online is so important (most older seniors don’t have this)
This site is about YOU- the long-distance caregivers in your 40’s, 50’s and 60’s with aging parents in their 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.
Read on to learn about how to be present for them, while maintaining a reasonable life for yourself.
You will find lots of tips, gadgets and services as well as a daily live telephone calling service- anything to help keep them out of the hospital.
"You've got a website that is very useful in helping those who are struggling with senior parents who are ill; helping them get started with caring for them; and helping everyone involved enjoy their last years of life".