Anyone who has cared for an aging parent knows how difficult it can be. It’s hard to see a parent’s health decline and not know what to do about it. You want the best for them, but it’s not always clear what that means. What type of help is available? What do they need? How is it paid for, and how is it arranged? Add to this the responsibilities and challenges of work, children, living out of the area, and conflicting opinions between siblings, and caregiving can quickly become overwhelming.
By becoming a member of Pathstones, members can ensure that their children will not face these difficulties. While they are still healthy, members work with the Pathstones team to put a plan in place for all of their future long term care needs. It’s a plan developed around their wishes that addresses care in their homes, as well as care at a community if needed. That way, when the time comes for caregiving, family members will have the comfort of knowing that they don’t have to worry about what to do—they just need to call Pathstones.
The Pathstones plan not only eases the burden of coordinating care, but also removes the worry about how much care will cost. Pathstones is a plan for life. Payment of the one-time membership fee and low monthly fee assures members of a lifetime of care without maximum limits, like traditional long term care insurance policies.
Pathstones will never take the place of a power of attorney, but when the time comes that a member is no longer able to make decisions for themselves, Pathstones will work in conjunction with the power of attorney to ensure the member’s wishes are carried out.
Pathstones serves not only as a healthcare advocate to their members, but also as a care navigator to ensure members receive the best care available.
For children to know that their parents are going to be well cared for, with access to quality health care facilities, is one of the greatest gifts parents can give to their adult children. Call 610-794-6700 to talk to Pathstones today about giving the gift of peace of mind: not only for yourself, but for your children.