We don’t plan to have sick parents, or be diagnosed with Alzheimer's, or have a stroke, or be injured in a fall,
but these things happen. What would you do if it were your parent or spouse - or even yourself?
Do you know what you need to know about coping with age-related life issues?
These information sessions will equip you with the tools you need to answer these questions.
Why age-related life planning is important, whether you’re in your forties or close to retirement
What to expect and how to prepare when you need to rely on others to help you Information you need to be prepared
How to avoid the stress and time away from work due to crisis management when caring for an ailing spouse or parents
These workshops, and a private consultation, will help you strategize the evolution of your life when you decide to slow down
Help avoid a crisis by preparing for support so you can live with dignity and grace and have the quality of life you expect
Employees who are caregivers suffer stress, illness, and time away from work
and are costing companies in Canada an estimated $16 billion a year
Learn to better support your employees in managing their work/life demands
Barb Kirby, CPCA, is an Advocate, Consultant, and Navigator trained with the American Association of Dementia Practitioners
and Seniors Services Society for housing. She has a Certificate in Values-Based Leadership from Royal Roads University
and certificates in Advocacy and Seniors Residential Care with PovNet. Barb has 15 years’ experience as a family caregiver
and chaired family council in residential care for 7 years and chaired Advocates for Care Reform. Barb is the founder of SeniorsAdvocate● ca
and the Vancouver Regional Mentor at BC Community Response Networks.