If you are a child of aging parents, are they having increased difficulty
Dealing with paperwork and bill paying due to failing eye sight or memory issues?
Getting to locations such as post offices, doctors’ offices and banks due to mobility issues?
Navigating bureaucracies such as Social Security, Medicare, utility companies and financial institutions because of failing eye sight or hearing or an inability to use a computer effectively?
Seniors with health, mobility and technology challenges can rely on us to handle their day-to-day financial and organizational activities, as well as Medicare and supplemental insurance paperwork, with discretion and complete confidentiality.
How do you know when your senior needs a daily money management service?
According to the U.S. Agencies on aging, national center for elder abuse website, it’s time to enlist help for a senior when the senior:
Fails to pay bills on time, resulting in discontinued utilities, late fees, or penalties.
Pays the same bills multiple times.
Cannot keep track of assets or property, or loses checks, cash or, credit cards.
Forgets to open and pay bills, deposit checks, and record expenses.
Spends excessively on useless items or makes irresponsibly large donations to charities.