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Are You Struggling to Take Care of Your Aging Senior Parents Who May be Sick & Fighting Disease? Or Maybe They’re Healthy, but Their Finances and Medical Issues Keep You Up at Night?

If you are searching for answers to care for a parent, relative or friend over the age of 62, then this video could be one of the most important you watch this year.

Today, Millions of Americans just like you are struggling with aging parents who don’t have all their “ducks in row” when it comes to vital, important information pertaining to their emergency contacts, financial information, medical history, medications, living wills, or health directives.

Some of these parents are healthy and living fulfilled lives while others are struggling with situations pertaining to disease, healthcare, finances and legal issues. Those that are living fulfilled lives in good health both physically and mentally may wonder in the back of their minds about how long this time will last? 5 years? 10 years? 20 Years?

Need Peace of Mind?

  • Wouldn’t it be great to know that all your parent’s “ducks are in a row” and can’t be knocked down?  In other words, all of your loved ones information is neat, organized and in one place that you can easily access and assimilate?
  • Maybe you’re on the other side of the fence dealing with an aging parent or relative that is in the midst of a financial or health struggle? You wonder how to deal with these issues, where to find important information, and you still lose sleep at night plus have trouble focusing on your own family, work and helping your loved ones.
  • Yet bringing up the topic with your Mom, Dad, or close relative is so sensitive that you have delayed for far too long and finally need to broach the topic with them.
  • But now that you’ve decided to make the move, you’re not sure who to call, what to buy, where to turn or how to go about putting everything together.

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Feeling Overwhelmed?

If this is you, then today for less than $50 (the average cost of dinner for two), you can bring some peace of mind to your loved ones and those around you. Yes, for less than the price of a dinner for two at a nice restaurant you can sleep better tonight knowing that your parents can have all or most of the important, pertinent information gathered together in one place.

Senior Care Concerns

Enter – The Senior Care Organizer!

The Senior Care Organizer is a detailed resource guide that lays out a step-by-step plan describing what information to collect first; then it provides a simple method for organizing topics by utilizing the alphabet (e.g., F for Finances, M for Medical). Its “easy to use” approach simplifies the process for bringing the necessary details together. Using an interactive PDF format, information is filled in, easily revised, and printed out for storage in a notebook, or stored digitally on a computer.  So no matter where you are……..  you’ll be able to have ready access to the information.


L & M Devries
Tigard, Oregon

I have known Claudia Rumwell for a number of years and admired her commitment to helping others. When she mentioned the Organizer that had come from her own parental experience, I was intrigued. My Mom was in her late 80s and we needed to be prepared for the future. I attended the initial workshops and was amazed at the breadth of information. I started with a notebook for Mom and then did one for myself. The lists of medications, medical history, medical procedures and physicians was a challenge to complete, but has been invaluable as recently as November of 2013 when Mom broke her hip. We take the notebook with us to doctor’s appointments and we have also included completed wills, durable powers of attorney, Oregon Advanced directives and funeral arrangements to ours. I have recommended it to other family members, and highly recommend it to anyone over 50. It can save a lot of questions for your family in the future.

What you will find when you dig into the Senior Care Organizer…


  • Planning for the Future – What you should do first. Page 9
  • Ways to Help your Mom or Dad take their medication. Page 100
  • What to Do if Your Parents Need to Move. Page 108
  • How to Deal with Financial Matters like Banking. Page 43
  • Simple Ways to Document Your Wishes If You’re Seriously Ill & Dying.  Page 71
  • Help & Assistance for Veterans.  Page 124 
  • Where to Start Looking for Housing Options.  Page 40
  • What is a Hospice and How Does it Work?  Page 78
  • The Right Questions to Ask when Hiring a Care Manager. Page 25

In Addition to all of the above you’ll also Receive Access to the Following:

  • How to Find Financial Assistance for Your Parents or Loved One
  • The Best Ways to Keep Track of Doctors, Visits and Medical Records
  • How to Identify Signs that Independent Living is Becoming More Difficult for Your Senior Parent or Relative
  • Simple Steps to Make a Senior’s Home Safer
  • The Basics You Need to Know about Medicare and Medicaid
  • How to Find the Agencies to Help Your Aging Parents
  • Simple Tips on Organizing Your Parent’s Files so You can Find Any Record in Under Two Minutes
  • How to Deal with Parents if they live at a distance from you.

Your Guide to Peace of Mind is Here!

The Senior Care Organizer is packed with over 120 pages of Tips, Information, Lists, and More that you can put into use today! So if you are ready to bring some control back into your life, lower your stress level and sleep better at night knowing that your loved one’s information is organized and taken care of so you won’t have to dig and search……..

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