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August 10, 2017, 1 to 1:30pm PDT

Are you helping manage your senior loved one’s care? Senior care consultants Leslie Peters and Jill Love work with adult children, seniors, and other family members bring a sense of clarity and relief to families who may be overwhelmed by the many facets of senior care. In this third webinar in our “Aging in Place” mini-series, they provide insights into what you need to know and do to care for the people who you care the most about—such as evaluating care options, developing care plans, preparing for transitions, reviewing important documents, and facilitating family discussions.

Be connected. Be prepared. Be organized. Understand that your loved one’s physical and/or cognitive health is likely to decline. And even if they are 100% healthy through their final days, death is inevitable. It’s much easier to plan before a health crisis than to react to one. Do you know your loved one’s end-of-life wishes? Have you discussed finances? Is there a power of attorney for healthcare in place? Where should you store legal documents? Can you create a resource team to help you review all these items? Learn about how to have these sometimes difficult conversations so you can find out what you need to know now—not later.

About Our Guests

Leslie Peters is co-founder of the senior care consulting firm Peters & Love. Her work in a retirement community deepened her interest in senior care, which remains especially relevant as her parents are aging. She is passionate about bringing energy and fun to senior care and wants to inspire a new cultural conversation about aging. She holds an MA in Gerontology from USC’s Davis School of Gerontology.

Jil Love

Jill Love works with seniors, adult children, and other family members to plan, prepare, and bring clarity and relief to families overwhelmed by the many facets of senior care. Her interest in senior care began when two of her grandparents developed dementia. She became a certified nursing assistant as a teen and found that she loved working with older adults. Her search for a career blending business, seniors, and healthcare led her to a retirement community, where she met Leslie Peters, with whom she founded the consulting firm Peters & Love. Jill has an RCFE license and holds an MA in Gerontology from USC’s Davis School of Gerontology.