As a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, I am introduced to many opportunities to connect my clients and the public with resources that may be helpful to them. Recently I was made aware of The Eldercare Channel. The Eldercare Channel is “America’s Guide to Local Senior Care”. It is an internet resource created for making senior care as transparent and easy-to-understand as possible for those trying to make the best possible senior care decisions. As an example, you live in Anne Arundel County and your elderly mother lives in Oklahoma City. She is happy in her home in Oklahoma, and you are not able to move closer to her. You know that she needs some assistance, and you are not sure where to turn. The Eldercare Channel is the perfect resource for you. Attorney Larry Parman, also a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, is the host of the Oklahoma City, Eldercare Channel. He will be able to direct you to the resources available to your mother in Oklahoma.
I was so impressed by this outstanding resource I recently became the host of the Eldercare Channel for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It is one stop shopping for eldercare. When you go to the Eldercare Channel for Anne Arundel County, Maryland, http://www.eldercarechannel.com/ you will find up-to-date information about local senior care providers, such as home care, home health care, medical and equipment supplies, end of life care and much more. You will be able to navigate their websites and search for products and services specifically designed for seniors on a local level. There is an interactive map which will show you where the services are in relation to your loved one. In addition, you will find insider tips provided in articles written by senior care professionals who can share their experience with you. One of the insider tips is about Private Duty Care. How incredibly helpful this article is for people who are considering hiring private duty caregivers for themselves or a loved one.
I hope you will take some time to check out the Eldercare Channel on the internet. Please share this information with your family and friends. Whether you live in Anne Arundel County or another area of the United States, the Eldercare Channel will be able to direct you to resources for your elderly loved ones.
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