For adults who parent young children, adult children or their own parents
1. Keep your loved ones and yourself SAFE in your home.
Your home is full of hazards that can be easily avoided if the correct steps are taken. Do you have a fire extinguisher in your kitchen? Do you have throw rugs around the house or on stairs? Are cords laying across walkways?
Download our FREE Home Safety Checklist to assess your current living situation or that of one you love. You will then be able to make the changes needed to create a more healthy and safe living environment.
Are you getting hesitation from someone? Call us for a 30-minute strategic conversation as a first step. Then we will come to the home and do a full evaluation with ease and sensitivity. Call now 800-984-1186
2. Pay it Forward
Is your family struggling to decide whether or not to move your elderly parent into a assisted living community? Or maybe you’re the parent fighting with your adult children because their trying to make major changes for you without considering what YOU want.
If any of this sounds familiar to you or someone you know, Grace and Grit: Insights to Real-Life Challenges of Adult Children and their Parents is the book for you.
Grace and Grit tells real-life stories of families facing trigger events and life decisions that each generation faces. All involved are trying to protect the other, as well as defend their own positions on family issues. If your family has an imminent event this book is for you. Then after you’ve read the book, share it with others within your family or others that you know are facing these challenges. Knowing you’re not alone goes a long way for all of those involved.
“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” – Sir Winston Churchill
3. Get Social
As I previously mentioned, knowing you’re not alone makes a huge difference in how you handle challenges that you face. Actually getting out and talking to others that are in the same boat as you will offer support and guidance in ways that are invaluable.
Find support groups in your area or talk with your friends.
If you are in the San Diego area, come out to the Encinitas Library on January 5th at 5:30pm to meet others that are going through similar challenges. We will start the conversation on how to make the home safer for the elderly, downsizing, and much more. This is a FREE event for every generation that needs the support. RSVP by clicking here.