November elder care book signing events


Senior Care will be front and center in the coming months as federal and state lawmakers grapple with how to reign in long-term care costs for senior citizens.

I will discuss the economic and political trends that will affect how families care for their loved ones during their senior years and share ways families can make sure that their loved ones get the long-term care they expect without inheriting their health care debt or jeopardizing the family’s financial stability during a book signing.

When: Nov. 8, 2012, 7-8 p.m. and Nov. 11, 2-3 p.m.

Where: Resurrection Church, 4910 N. Woodlawn, Bel Aire, KS 67226

For more information call 888-715-8022


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I'm a working wife and mom who takes care of an aging parent. Only I began doing it full-time, in my home, when I was in my mid-thirties, single and about to make a career change. Thirteen years later, mom is still living with me and I expect it to be that way until one of us leaves this earth. It hasn't always been easy managing her care. (I've helped my mother recover from surgery, and a major injury that required a nursing home stay, as well as the death of my younger brother after a long illness.) But caring for her has been worth it because I know that my assistance means she enjoys a better quality of life as she ages. I hope the experiences and information that I share will help you manage,with grace, the changes that take place in your life as you assume the responsibility of being your parent's caregiver. If you have a question you think I can answer, please contact me at

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