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Helping from afar.

Relatives and loved ones who moved away many years ago are often called upon during a health crisis. At a loss of where to begin because of living at a distance and other constraints, long-distance caregivers are faced with the difficult task of coordinating and providing care to a loved one from afar.

Long-distance caregivers may feel guilt due to the inability to “be there” and stress from juggling work, family, and self-care. You may also experience difficulty:

  • Assessing the day-to-day needs of your loved one.
  • Understanding what services exist and how to access them.
  • Coordinating medical care and appointments.
  • Organizing daily household needs.
  • Overseeing financial and legal matters.
  • Communicating with your loved one and family members who are also providing care.
  • Determining if and when your loved one should move to another setting.

Providing care to a loved one from a distance can be extremely challenging. Age with Ease will assist you in finding options that work for your loved one and your family. We provide you with Care Coaching to give you expert guidance and support, while ensuring that your loved one’s needs are always met.