Have you been contacted by Kim Tucker, Mom’s House Senior Transition Specialist
Did you get a phone call, email or text from Kim Tucker? Wonder who is this and why is she bothering me? I wanted to tell you a little bit about myself. I have been certified by Mom’s House as a Senior Transition Specialist. I reach out to families who have been referred to me by…Learn More
Adding the Children on the Parents Bank Account
Mom or Dad needs help with paying the bills and managing their money. Many think the most logical solution might be to just add a child or all the children to the bank account. Then the children can keep tabs on the account, watch for strange movements of money, and pay bills. But wait .…Learn More
When Should I Buy Long Term Care Insurance?
Chances are if you are asking that question, someone close to you has become a caregiver. Until we see for ourselves what is involved in being a caregiver, it is hard to overcome our optimism bias. “I’m healthy, that will never happen to me.” Don’t mistake buying Long Term Care Insurance as a purely…Learn More
Taking Care of Yourself as a Caregiver
Family caregiving requires an endless supply of energy, empathy, and patience. While most caregivers will tell you that caring for a loved one is a truly rewarding experience, it is not without its challenges. The rising value and significance of caregiving as a result of COVID-19 and an aging population place new strains on caregivers.…Learn More
When is it Time for In Home Care or Senior Housing?
Making the decision of when to bring in outside care and when to seek out a different housing situation is a decision that is best made by the senior with a lot of input from their family. While we can’t tell you when we can give you some tools to make an informed decision. After…Learn More