What you'll learn
- How to prepare for and navigate through the process of assisting aging parents without injury to yourself
- Having living, aging loved ones in their lives
When you were little, your parents took care of you. They raised you to be an independent person who would grow up to have a life of their own.
Now that you're grown, you may be noticing changes in your parents. And if you try to bring up your concerns, your folks may be less than receptive to having "the talk."
These are stressful times, and formerly independent people are showing their vulnerability earlier than ever. Are you having to help them more? Are you prepared to get more involved? What do you need to know in order to protect them, your family and yourself? Are you ready to transition your role in your family?
By taking this unique course, you can take ownership of your future and your family's well-being. You will understand why your parents are so resistant, how to change the conversation, what to actually talk about, and how to initiate a healthy transition in family relationships.
Family dynamics are tough to overcome. People tend to stick to their traditional roles within their families, even though they've outgrown them. Taking this course will help you to initiate meaningful steps toward the life you and your loved ones were meant to live.
Who this course is for:
- Working adults who have concerns about their aging loved ones
Tracey Lawrence is the founder of Grand Family Planning and bestselling author of “Dementia Sucks.” Having survived caregiving two parents who succumbed to dementia, Tracey has a unique perspective on the challenges of staying productive under extreme pressure, and addresses the growing caregiving epidemic through professional speaking, coaching and training programs.
New for 2021: Join The Good Kids Club on Facebook. This is a private group created just for you: learn, converse with other caregivers, vent, and keep learning from Tracey!