A gentle way to lend support to a family dealing with Alzheimer’s disease

11:28 am Life Goes on Roadmap

1 in 10 Americans over the age of 65 has Alzheimer’s disease.

Every 66 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s.

1 in 3 seniors dies with some form of dementia.

These are alarming statistics with serious consequences for family members and caregivers.

As mental capacity diminishes, the day to day management of daily life becomes a serious challenge.

Practical considerations such as how to gain access to investment and bank accounts, remembering passwords and security questions, and having access to important contacts for support take center stage.

If someone in your family or circle of close friends is diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer’s, it’s crucial to start conversations to capture this information before the disease stops access in its tracks.

What is a gentle way to start the conversation, while lending a hand at the same time?

One suggestion is to share a gift report that can ignite a conversation about getting personal finances organized before life gets more challenging than it is right now.

Visit www.lifegoesonroadmap.com to download a special report and checklist called The 5 Blind Spots that Stop Financial Empowerment and How to Course Correct for a Smoother Journey.

Sometimes, the practical steps we can take to gain control are hiding in plain sight. This report can ignite important conversations within families and inspire actions that can bring about clarity at a time when it is deeply needed.

Please share this out if it can help those you love.

 

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