Here are some frequently asked questions to assist you in your search.
The right time to develop an aged care plan is more about what stage of life you are in. If you have children or you have any assets (no matter the size), it’s a good time to consider having a plan. Many of our clients are in their middle years of life, with plenty of years left to enjoy. Some clients are looking for a plan for their elderly parents or other family members. The sooner a plan is established for your later years, the greater peace of mind you can have about your future.
Ageing Well Sorted meets you at whatever stage of life you’re in. Ideal candidates for developing a plan or receiving services are in various stages of life. You might already have a will, but not a plan for aged care. Perhaps you have no legal or financial plan in place. Perhaps you have both, but need to know what additional government services you have access to. If there’s any uncertainty about any aspect, we can help you figure it out.
Having a plan in place means that should an emergency or problem arise, your family or significant other will already know what your wishes are for everything from aged care housing to end of life care or crisis event situations. Do not leave the burden on family members or spouses, or stress with uncertainty regarding your wishes and future plans.
Conversations about ageing in life are hard, but our 15-minute introductory chat aims to help us establish where you are, what you need, and how to move forward. We open the door to the conversation and lay out the steps to help you navigate the process.
No, most of our clients often only have some ideas regarding their wishes for life. With the use of our My Ageing Well Sorted Wheel, we walk you through each area of life and allow you the opportunity to share you thoughts, concerns, and desires in an effort to establish what route is the best plan for you.
Since we help families and individuals at any stage, you don’t need to have anything in place previously to working with Ageing Well Sorted. However, if you have some areas covered, that’s okay, too! We are happy to work with your solicitor or any plans you might already have in place.
Although you cannot make a full plan on their behalf, you can work with us to help them develop a plan with their input. Many of our clients are looking to develop a My Ageing Well Plan for an elderly parent, grandparent, or relative. We provide the support and resources to help you and to help them get set up.
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