- Your senior family member lives alone and is refusing help.
- You have noticed changes in memory or function and are unable to get your family member to see a doctor.
- Your family member has been given the diagnosis of Dementia and you need help with developing a care plan.
- You have no idea how you will pay for your senior parents’ care or begin to manage the responsibility.
- You live in another town or state and you want someone to look after your elderly relative.
- Your family member has a chronic disease that requires a great deal of health services.
- Your family member is currently in an assisted living or nursing home facility and they/you are not happy with the care being provided.
- Your family member is anxious, depressed, or has had a change in personality.
- There is a source of conflict among family members regarding treatment or care.