It’s time to talk again!

It’s time to talk again!
September 1, 2018 Sarah Green

After busy summer holidays, it’s back to work and back to school. I have been contemplating some of the comments in my August editorial, in particular about being part of ‘The Sandwich Generation’ and making plans for the next 12 months.

I need to make a plan to ensure my mother is well cared for and she can continue to live as independently as possible in the home that she loves.

So, some basic questions:

  • Is their house still practical? Does it need alterations?
  • Is there accommodation for a live-in carer?
  • How much will a carer cost?  What funds are available?
  • Would it be better to downsize?
  • Do we need advice?

Time to stop juggling all the balls at the same time

There is a very informative download called ‘Time To Talk‘.  Having just re-read it, I would strongly recommend a browse. It was not written by me but by professional health and financial advisors. There are some very useful checklists about planning for the future and the possibility of needing help in later life.

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Campaigning to help people remain living in their own homes

We are a home care agency based in Llanfaelog, Anglesey helping families predominantly on the island of Anglesey and North Wales, although we are nationwide.

Anglesey Home Care is part of the Bunbury Care Agency who is a member of the UKHCA (United Kingdom Home Care Association) and an associate member of SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisers). SOLLA is the only association in the UK that can provide accredited financial consultants who can advise and assist people with the funding of elderly care.

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