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Helping Your Parents Survive Downsizing

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Prepare now before Mom or Dad falls or just can't keep up any longer at home!

Join Ed to start building your own plan today.

Ed Zinkiewicz—




Webinar with Ed, Sept 29, 6:00pm Central

Build your strategy to fill this transition with hope and not worry! 

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Identify the major issues in store for your parents and you in the coming years. Don't wait! Peek around the corner and take a good look before it's too late.

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Compare 3 significantly different strategies for downsizing as options for your planning. Reduce the feelings of loss and identify resources and contacts to help plan and move.

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How do you get that conversation with your parents started well? Where do you start? Find out what to do and what to avoid.

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    My wife says, "He cares for his older ladies, so there is hope for me." And, she has good reason to say so. From being raised in part by grandparents to singing regularly in nursing homes and taking communion to shut-ins, I spend a lot of time with older adults and understand caring. 

    I am also aware how hard certain events can be. I’ve watched many meet these challenges and know figuring out next steps, such as how to give up the car keys or put up with people hovering about "helping" is only the beginning. Those steps may also include leaving their home and many precious memories and keepsakes behind. As the son or daughter of older adults making these transitions, how would you go about helping with them? This is your chance to think through some of the options.

    Please join me.

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