How to Navigate the Eldercare Marathon: 5 Survival Tips for Caregivers

with Carol-Ann Hamilton

Date:February 28, 2017, 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Virtual Event
Cost:Free for members / $20 for non-members + HST
Pre-registration is required.
Times are EST
Did you know that caregivers of aging parents have a 63% higher death rate than their peers?  Did you further realize these burdensome responsibilities play a significant role in 25% of partner break-ups?  No matter how you slice the costs, eldercare exacts huge physical, emotional, financial and other tolls.

Imagine if you could prevail through this challenging marathon with less stress, intact health and greater overall resiliency.  What if you could skillfully navigate the complex maze of consumer service providers (healthcare, legal, financial, real estate, automobile and others) who claim to help but often make your nightmare worse?

Such is the promise of this one-hour respite with Carol-Ann Hamilton.  The Sandwich Generation doesn’t need pat answers or trite advice!  You need down-to-earth solutions proven to succeed with even stubborn seniors and impossible bureaucracies.

Though you feel like you can’t afford a minute, this urgent webinar will equip you with a roadmap to shift from desperation to peace of mind.  What’s that worth to you?   

Carol-Ann Hamilton is a Speaker, Author and Eldercare Coach who appreciates first-hand the daunting responsibilities Baby Boomers face.  Her enlightening presentations, workshops, keynotes and client packages revolutionize how caregivers organize their overwhelming lives.  Whether in one-on-one or business settings, she is a must-have expert.  Boost your serenity though enhanced personal coping skills!  Corporately, Carol-Ann applies 30 years’ Organizational Development experience to generate employee engagement via leading-edge eldercare practices.  Author of Coping with Un-cope-able Parents: LOVING ACTION for Eldercare and Coping with Un-cope-able Systems: ADVOCACY for Eldercare, she hopes both will leave meaningful footprints. 

Please note that you must pre-register for this event and full payment is required prior to the event.


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