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Hunter Estate & Elder Law provides support ahead of National Caregiver’s Day

It’s almost National Caregiver’s Day, and the team at Hunter Estate & Elder Law is doing their part to help give back. Here’s more with Jennifer Rozelle and Justin Schuhmacher, Hunter Estate & Elder Law.

 KayBee – Kaybee was founded by Jean Ross, MHA / BSN / RN. She realized that caregivers needed holistic help. Her team does everything they can do help with medical billing, in-person care, patient advocacy, care plans, support groups, community resources, patient transportation and accompaniment to appointments, and more! Learn more about services and how to get the unique support needed at https://kaybee.us/.
 Daughterhood – Daughterhood was founded to support and build confidence in women who are managing their parents’ care. Their website is packed with resources – including local Daughterhood Circles where caregivers can seek solace. KayBee has even co-founded a local Circle. Visit Kaybee.us or https://www.daughterhood.org/ to learn more.
 Care By Christie – “CARE” = Creating a Roadmap for Eldercare. Christie Freeze spent a portion of her career in skilled facilities and nursing homes. She saw an opportunity to help caregivers create a path to navigate elder care by providing the caregiving resources and tools for them to succeed. Second, she helps the caregiver … mentally and emotionally by providing resources and tools to help him/her. Learn more at http://carebychristie.com/
 True Link – True Link is a tool for caregivers who are needing to throttle spend for a patient. Budgeting cash can be challenging. This takes the guesswork out of where money is going and how it’s being spent. Funds are tracked while purchase limits and types can be customized! Learn more at https://www.truelinkfinancial.com/card/
 Caring Village – Caregivers may share responsibilities even when geographically they aren’t close. Caring Village makes it easy to collaborate on care. Add prescriptions, log doctor’s visits, and post updates to a “village.” Learn more at https://www.caringvillage.com/.
• Viewers can see Hunter Estate & Elder Law’s full caregiver resource blog post, learn more about workshops, or schedule a free consultation at www.hunterlawoffice.net or by calling 317-863-2030.

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