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Aged Care Liaison

Aged Care Liaison
When an older person you care about begins to decline, what should you do?
It's likely you are working, have your own family to care for and now someone needs more of your time and attention.
This may create:                                   
  • stress
  • overwhelm
  • exhaustion
  • irritability
  • grief
  • forgetfulness
  • inability to concentrate at work
  • sleeplessness
  • and a host of others
Why learn all the intricacies of the Residential Aged Care or Home Care systems if you don't need to? 
Professionals can sort everything out for you, but where are they, who are they and which ones do you need?
I'll help you find them.
Demystifying the Aged Care Puzzle is my business.
After I've listened carefully to what's happening for your family, I act as a liaison between families and the professionals by introducing you to the right person for your particular need.
Everyone is stressed by something different:
  • Who can I appoint as my Power of Attorney if I don't have a close relative or friend who I trust?
  • I need an independent person to listen to me who won't tell me what I have to do
  • I don't know where to start clearing decades of clutter (for myself or my parent)
  • Where can I find an Estate Planning lawyer who doesn't charge like a wounded bull and who will speak plain English?
  • What is an Advance Care Directive and why do I need one? Can you help me with this?
  • Where do I start in the Residential Aged Care application process?
  • Do Mum and Dad need to sell their house to get into care?
  • The hospital is trying to push Mum or Dad into an Aged Care home. Do we have a choice? 
  • Does having an ACAT assessment mean a person will have to go to a Nursing Home?
  • I want to stay at home. Is there a way for this to happen?


If you have any of these questions, I can probably help you.

Book a consultation or email me to find out more ...

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