Your Parents' Aging Process

 

These signs could mean that your parents need someone to watch over them closely or move them into assisted living:

 

  • Declining mobility
  • Vision Problems
  • Loss of interest in favorite pastimes
  • Irritability
  • Hearing loss
  • Confusion
  • Repetition
  • Short-term memory loss
  • Fatigue
  • Unopened mail
  • Changes in their home environment
  • Unusual spending and/or hoarding (collecting)
  • Preoccupation with finances
  • Change in appetite or not eating well
  • Staying alone/isolation
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Bruising from stumbles or falls

 

Be prepared for the following situations:

 

If you parent falls and is on bed rest for several weeks.

Parent refuses to move to assisted living but can't be left alone.

What should you do about your parents finances?

Who can take over on their behalf if your parent has alzheimers?

Obtaining a Power of Attorney.

Who will pay the bills and manage the house while your parent is away?

 

How may I

help You?

BETTY FERNANDEZ REALTOR®            Broker-Associate

(805) 766-1495

Betty@Betty4RealEstate.com

CalRE #01452802

CREDENTIALS:

Former Certified Residential Appraiser

Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist (CPRES)

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Five Myths of Aging

1. I am never growing old.

2. My kids will take care of me.

3. I am not leaving my house unless it's in a pine box.

4. The government will take care of me if I run out of money.

5. I am safe because I have long-term care insurance.

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