Nobody plans to be diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s, to have a stroke or get injured and become disabled, but what if you or your loved one does? Learn what you need to know about later life care and how to create a personal plan so you are in charge of how your life unfolds. Giving this some forethought will provide ease, dignity, and grace to what can be a frustrating and difficult stage of life.
In these seminars, we show you the ABCs of why it’s important to plan for elder care issues, even if you don’t have parents. Through discussing the need for senior citizen advocacy and later life planning, we show you what to expect and how to prepare when you need to rely on others, such as government support systems, professional companies, or volunteer services. Be prepared for when you need the support of others, so you can live with dignity and have an optimal quality of life, even under challenging circumstances.
Boot Camp for Later Life — 1-Hour Presentation
Demonstrates the need for senior citizen advocacy and later life planning and how we can prepare for later life
Corporate and Private Group Rates — Fee based on group size
70,000 British Columbians are currently living with dementia, a number that is expected to double over the next 25 years.
Boot Camp for later Life Care Planning
A 4 Hour Workshop including Personal Planning for Later Life Care — Your Personal Resource Book
These workshops are for all baby boomers concerned about an elderly person or their own future care and well-being. The workshop touches onnumerous topics including support networks, health conditions, care options, personal history, social well-being, housing, financial issues, taxes, estate issues, and end-of-life planning. These workshops, and a private consultation, will help you to strategize how you want your life to unfold in the later stage.
Rates available upon request for:
- Private Groups
- Corporate Groups
Barbara gives candid and engaging talks related to her 15 years as a consultant and her many experiences as a daughter caring for her elderly parents living in two different health care districts. She speaks about the realities of the unexpected and how and why she became fully committed as a seniors’ advocate. Talks are tailored to the needs of specific audiences.
- Corporate and Private Group Rate — Fee based on group size
- Non Profit Organizations — Complimentary