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Are You a Helicopter Child to Your Parents?
Senior Care Authority, the assisted living, dementia and residential care placement services franchise, announced the launch of its New York City franchise and website, https://www.seniorcare-newyork.com/, on Aug 22, 2018.
Don Minter from Senior Care Authority talks about "Helicopter Children" syndrome at Fox 4 News' show
In this Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, photo Russell Benoit, of Dartmouth, Mass., marketing manager for AVTECH Software, stands behind the door of a server cabinet in the company's data center in Warren, R.I. AVTECH Software, which makes software to control building environmental issues, is preparing for what some say is the wave of the future: laws requiring businesses to be up-front with customers about how they use personal information. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Finding residential care for your loved one can be stressful. It is the rare family that plans in advance for a time when Mom or Dad can no longer live at home. After all, almost all of us would prefer to age in our homes than live in assisted living. Fortunate are the ones who can stay at home as they age. Sometimes, that is not the safest or wisest decision since it could be difficult and truly unhealthy for family members trying to be the caregivers.
Dale Drury is with Senior Care Services Group and has been navigating senior’s financial care for 10 years. He assists the senior community with health and wealth preservation and protection. His joy is helping families achieve peace of mind when they no longer have to worry about their parent’s money running out.
Leigh Hilton is an attorney and Accredited Estate Planner and has helped over 6,000 families protect the assets that they leave to loved ones from divorce, creditors, lawsuits and predators. She is the author of the books “Who Gets Your Stuff When You Die”, “You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease” and “You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver."