Strategies for Staying in Your Own Home - Forever!!!

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Host: Lou Pierro with Guest, Katherine Rosenblatt

On this episode of Life Happens, hosts Lou Pierro and Katherine Rosenblatt discussed how no one “dreams” of spending their “Golden Years” in a nursing home, yet millions of people do.

With careful planning, however, we can live life independently, in the comfort of our own home, with the people and things we love all around us.  Studies show that 70% of Americans age 65 and older will need Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) at some point in their lifetime. The hosts discussed some steps to take towards mastering your destiny as an aging American.

Lou and Katherine also discussed EverHome Care Advisors, a powerful new company giving seniors and people with disabilities in the Capital Region real solutions in real time, enabling you or your loved one to stay at home and make your castle a health care fortress. 

Katherine Rosenblatt, LMSW, is a member of the Aging Life Care Association (also known as Geriatric Care Managers), and founder of Capital District Elder Care.  As part of EverHome Care Advisors, she works closely with families to navigate the complex health and long-term care systems, providing a range of crisis and planning services including a comprehensive assessment of care needs and available resources, followed by a personalized care plan.  With the EverHome team Katherine identifies appropriate services, evaluates the possible need for alternative living options, and puts the action plan in place for an improved quality of life for you or your loved one while eliminating uncertainty and reducing stress.

Lou Pierro has over 33 years of experience as an Elder Law attorney, and is an innovator in the elder care marketplace, having founded Pierro, Connor and Associates, LLC, Elder Counsel and EverHome Care Advisors.  Through EverHome, a single call can open the door to a world of options all designed to give families the care they need, when they need it, without breaking the bank.