The Sandwich Generation is faced with many challenges. Dealing with their own children while caring and managing the affairs of their elderly parents can be daunting.
In this episode we speak with 3 experts. Charlotte Bishop helps caretakers with the different options available to decision makers. Learn how to start those important decisions with your loved ones so you are not left dealing with a crisis.
Cindy Arledge helps individuals plan in advance for those critical life decisions by sharing her philosophy around the Personal Emergency Preparedness Plan and why people in their 30's and 40's are using this as a proactive tool.
Ann Allen dives into the true definition of grief and explains there are more than 42 different losses that people struggle with everyday. Learn how these behaviors or patterns are affecting your life and how to move forward from them.
About the Guests:
Ann Allen is an advocate for real and honest recovery from grief and finding joy in living again. Her clients know exactly what to do, to heal their pain and live their lives again. Ann uses very specific steps to end the idea that grief is a taboo subject. Learn more at healyourgrief-healyourlife.com.
Charlotte Bishop is a Certified Aging Life Care Professional who advises seniors and their families in health and lifestyle decisions. Charlotte helps families anticipate, prepare for, and cope with challenging personal, medical, and residential issues experienced by aging family members. Visit Charlotte's website at creativecaremanagement.com to find helpful resources.
Cindy Arledge provides group training programs at schools, universities, businesses, government, and non-profit organizations as well as customized solutions for individual families. Her passion for helping other families create sustainable wealth was born from the failure to preserve her sibling relationships after her parents passed. Learn more at legacyfamilyrevolution.com/highcost.