Long Distance Care & Support

Long Distance Care & Support

Make Memories

Being a caregiver for a loved one is a full-time job, but being a long distance caregiver adds another level of stress. Let us help you so that when you do visit, you can focus on making memories and enjoying your time with them.

Long Distance Care & Support
Long Distance Care & Support

What you can expect from taking advantage of long-distance care & support:

1. Reduce Stress and Increase Confidence

Am I doing this right? Are there better options? Caring for an elderly loved one can be a very stressful experience, especially for out-of-town families. We can help reduce your stress by managing the details of your loved one’s care and by providing you with support and guidance to feel confident in your decisions.

2. Save Time

We can save you time by taking care of the details of your loved one’s care. We will research and visit different care facilities to help you find the best fit for your loved one’s needs. We can recommend care providers and coordinate medical appointments. We have local knowledge of community resources and services that are available. This will free up some of your time to maintain a balance with your family, work and your own health and well-being.

3. Provide Support to the Family

We will provide support to you and your family. This may include helping you cope with the stress of being a caregiver, providing you with information on resources and being a liaison between family members.

4. Reduced Travel Time and Costs

We will be able to save you time and money by taking care of the need for frequent trips to visit your loved one.

5. Give You Peace of Mind

You aren’t doing this alone – we’re here for you, providing you with support, professional advice and someone to lean on throughout this journey.

Here are some additional tips for
out-of-town families:
1. Stay Organized

It is important to stay organized when caring for elderly loved ones, especially if you live out of town. Keep a record of all their medical appointments, medications, and care providers. This will make it easier to manage their care and communicate with care providers.

2. Use Technology

There are several technology tools that can help you to communicate with your loved one from a distance. For example, you can use video chat to stay in touch and monitor their health at the same time. You can also use medication reminder apps and other health tracking tools to manage their health.

3. Take Care of Yourself

We will provide support to you and your family. This may include helping you cope with the stress of being a caregiver, providing you with information on resources and being a liaison between family members.

Being a caregiver can be a challenge, however, it does not have to be overwhelming. By using the tips above and taking advantage of our expertise, this process can be more manageable and less stressful.

Long Distance Care & Support

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Consultations<br />

Consultations

We understand that elder care can be a complex and challenging journey. We’re here to support you and your loved one every step of the way. During your consultation, we will take the time to learn about your loved one’s specific needs and goals to create a personalized care plan.

Create Your Car Package

Create Your Care Package

Once we have a better understanding of your situation from our consultation, we will develop a personalized care plan that meets your loved one’s individual needs and ensures they are safe, comfortable, and happy.

We’d love to hear from you…

Initial Consult ( Free )
How can elder care consulting help me and my family? As our loved ones age, we want to make sure they remain healthy and as safe as possible-we can help. In your free initial consultation, we will discuss your needs and how we can be of support during this time.

sloanroweconsulting@gmail.com

(763) 412-0914

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