Caregivers spend $7k-$12k of their own money…



Helen is caregiving for her father and he refuses to tell her anything about his finances.

Helen has her father living with her and her husband. Their children are grown.

Her husband keeps telling her that she’s gotta get a handle on her father’s finances because it is costing a significant amount of money out of their retirement to take care of him.

Helen knows this is true, but she doesn’t know what to do because her father will not talk to her about how much money he has.

The average caregiver spends $7000 to $12,000 a year of their own money on their loved one.

This really begins to hurt when you consider the fact that these caregivers are either getting ready to retire or retiring and living on a fixed income and now you are expected to take care of their parents.

On top of that is the emotional guilt you feel that they are even thinking about the money when your parents spent years taking care of you.

But it sure would be nice to know what Helen’s father has in the bank.

When Helen asks him about it all he says, “All is well and you’ll have it soon enough.”

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Do you feel frustrated with your medical care? Do doctors spend 5 minutes with you, push you out of the office, with you wondering what's going to happen? Does your insurance deny paying? You're not alone. I'm frustrated, too. This is a growing trend in healthcare. Having seen pre-insurance medicine (yes, my dad was an old country doctor), I grew up watching him spend time with his patients, giving them the best care he had to offer. I saw families trust him to help them through hospitalizations and the next crisis. As a patient advocate, my job is to see that you get the right diagnosis, the right treatment plans, and the right supplies and education to make good decisions about your health. More importantly, I will teach you the tricks of the healthcare trade. We need more healthcare consumer protection, especially for chronic illnesses like diabetes. This is what I am passionate about. I make it happen every day with thousands of patients who now know what I know about beating the healthcare system and getting the best patient care...Patient Best.

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