Taking Steps to Protect the Most Vulnerable During COVID
After seven-plus months and with little end in sight to the pandemic, adults responsible for their elderly parents and other senior caretakers continue to do their best to protect the most-vulnerable as the threat and uncertainty looms.
Recognizing the need to provide tools to assist with the stress caused by the pandemic, Foster Swift has put together a 'COVID-19 Checklist for Caregivers of Seniors' that lists the recommended steps senior caretakers should take to prepare for possible COVID-19-related illnesses among those they care for should the worst happen including:
- What estate planning documents to have ready
- What items to have on hand to help prevent and treat COVID-19
- Keeping a written or digital list of current medications and conditions
COVID-19 Checklist & Elder Organizer Tool
For adult children responsible for their elderly parents and other senior caretakers concerned about protecting loved ones as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, below is a free downloadable checklist of steps to follow to prepare for any possible COVID-19-related illnesses among the most-vulnerable.
Foster Swift has created a free ‘Elder Organizer’ digital notebook to provide seniors and their caretakers with a toolkit that helps organize doctors’ appointments, medications, and more that can be shared online. The tools below are also available on the Elder Law Resources page.
- Alerts and Updates
- Dementia & Alzheimer's
- Long-Term Care
- VA Aid & Attendance
- Personal Property Tax
- Legislative Updates
- Digital Assets
- Fraud & Abuse
- Senior Exploitation & Abuse
- Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Reform
- Medicaid Planning
- Elder Law
- Financing Long-term Care
- Estate Planning
- Did you Know?
Need Help Planning?
For more tools, visit our Elder Law Resource page for additional content. Click here to view/download the Foster Swift estate planning brochure to see what our experienced team of attorneys can do for you.
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