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Are you caring for an aging loved one?

You’re not alone in balancing work and caregiving, whether now or in the future.

At some point, many of us care for our aging parents, relatives or other loved ones. We’re here to help support your work-life needs in this area if you’re already caregiving or wondering if and how you’re needed as a caregiver.

As you navigate your way through issues involved in caring for an elderly loved one, our elder care specialist offers support and time-saving resources.

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Get help understanding when and how to support

Signs your elderly loved one may need your care:

  • Forgetfulness (missed appointments and medications)
  • Unpaid bills, bounced checks or late payment notices
  • Hesitation or confusion with completing routine, once-familiar daily tasks
  • Temperament or mood changes
  • Hygiene issues (disheveled clothing, unkempt appearance and body odor)
  • Weight changes and difficulty preparing meals
  • Unusually cluttered, unkempt and/or disorganized home
  • Loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed
  • Unexplained bruising or injuries
  • Unexplained dents or damage to the car

Let our expertise save you time and support you as a caregiver

Call or email our elder care specialist, Terri Weber.
Email or call (859) 218-0457.

Elder care

All employees, retirees, spouses, and adult children are eligible to consult with our elder care specialist at no charge.

Contact our office

Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
(859) 218-0457
106 Scovell Hall