In New Book, Long-term Care Expert Details How Adult Children Can Help Aging Parents Find a Path That Doesn't Destroy Relationships or Create Financial Havoc
At some point, a switch occurs. Adult children become the caretakers and decision-makers when aging parents need care. This role swapping can be gradual or catch everyone by surprise. When life-altering decisions are left to chance, finances can be ruined and families torn apart. In “How Not To Tear Your Family Apart,” extended and long-term care expert Carroll S. Golden lays the groundwork for proactive planning steps to make caring for a loved one an easier process.
Each of the three simple steps outlined in “How Not to Tear Your Family Apart” is designed to kickstart conversations. Lists, links, and references are included as well as a realistic action plan to help families create a financially stable strategy for themselves and their loved ones. By creating a fictional family story, Carroll Golden plots out practical actions to take while addressing the human side and the emotions that arise with the inevitable life changes that come along as we age.
Available as both an eBook and paperback on major online retailers and on www.thecaringconversation.com as well as for wholesale purchase on Ingram, “How Not To Tear Your Family Apart” was released on October 27, 2021 and is distributed by Bublish, Inc.
About the Author
A resident of Tampa, Florida, Carroll S. Golden, CLU, ChFC, LTCP, CASL, FLMI, CLTC, LACP has devoted over two decades to the field of extended and long-term care planning. She is the executive director of NAIFA Limited and Extended Care Planning Center. Golden has broadened her knowledge of the subject with executive positions at both advisor and agent distribution firms and corporate insurance carriers.
Golden’s passion is to protect individuals and multigenerational families from the psychological, health and financial havoc caused by a lack of planning. She enjoys being interviewed, public speaking, educational presentations and advocating on a national level for greater awareness on the subject.
Learn more about Golden and the topic of long-term care planning at her website, www.thecaringconversation.com. Find out more about Bublish, Inc. and its services at www.bublish.com.