Talking about aged care plans


When have you last talked to your loved ones about what their aged care plan is?

When I say “loved one” I mean your mum and dad.

Because,and I hate to break this to you, our parents are at the age where they may soon need care.

They don’t feel old or act old, and every generation ages differently to the previous, but at the end of the day they’re likely to be in their 70s or 80s and there needs to be consideration about where they want to live and how they want to age.

My dad says he's got it all sorted out as Kate McLean Home care will look after him (shot Dad!) however do you know what your parents want?

They have a choice and talking to them about it is the first step. No details need to be confirmed in the first chat but broach the topic and get them at least thinking about it!

If they’re interested in homecare, and want to explore that option, please get in touch with me and I’ll send them some information, and I am always happy to have an obligation-free chat.

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