One of the most difficult experiences in life is taking on the responsibility of caring for an aging loved one, whether it is a parent, friend, relative or spouse. According to the Health and Human Services Department, there will be 72.1 million Americans over the age of 65 by 2030. Caring for your elderly loved one requires an incredible amount of time and energy, as well as knowledge and expertise in a vast array of areas including but not limited to healthcare, treatment, rehabilitation services, finance, social work, government benefits, senior living options, and senior companion and care options. It can be overwhelming, frustrating and even frightening. Rose Law Group’s Elder Care Concierge Service is here to alleviate the stress and pressure associated with caring for your loved one, by assisting you in assessing and determining your loved ones needs, developing a plan for proceeding, and managing the many requisite decisions which need to be made regarding housing, care, finances, healthcare and so much more.
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