Aging Plans with Annalee Kruger
Join us from 11:30am-12:30pm on March 6, 2024, for a Zoom and in person lunch and learn event on Aging Plans with Annalee Kruger, an expert on aging plans.
Annalee will discuss the experiences she has had over her career working with families who are caring for an elderly loved one. Learn how to avoid a tragedy by putting together your aging plan. Learn the seven steps that can make a huge impact in an elderly person’s journey. And learn how to avoid caregiver’s burnout—which happens when adult children are thrown into caring for their parents without a plan!
Elders and adult children want similar things, an aging plan can help deliver them. Adult children want:
- Elders to be safe and happy
- Elders to have the best quality of life and best care possible
- Just be son/daughter vs. care coordinator
Aging and elderly people want to age in place and not be a burden on their kids. With proper planning, everyone can have what they are looking for!
About Our Speaker
Annalee has helped families navigate through aging, family caregiving, dementia progression and care options for over 28 years. She is a national speaker and podcast guest on aging planning, aging issues, dementia care, improving family communication throughout the aging process, and many other topics.
Annalee started Care Right Inc, in 2011. Care Right is a virtual, nation-wide, consultancy serving families across the US in developing customized Aging Strategies. Her team at Care Right facilitate family meetings and educate families about aging, dementia progression, preventing caregiver burnout, care options, how to pay for care, choosing care communities, how to navigate the complex healthcare system, how to be a bold advocate, and help improve family relationships and communication. Annalee also started the Care Crusade, a national campaign to improve the quality of care for our seniors and vulnerable adults. www.CareCrusade.org
Annalee’s book, The Invisible Patient: the emotional, financial, and physical toll on family caregivers is available at www.invisiblepatientbook.com