Signs for Support - A Helpful Checklist to Determine if Support is Needed

Recognizing that someone could benefit from support is as easy as reading the signs.  Not for a moment are we suggesting that having someone accept support is easy.  This downloadable checklist is focused on the step before the discussion.  We are focused on assessing the circumstance.  The good news for us amateur detectives looking for clues is, the signs are all around us.  Download the checklist at the CLIPBOARD LINK below to review the most common signs that support may be needed. 

My first client was 89-years-old, and I ended up staying with her 24/7 until she passed away at the age of 92. I used to read the Bible to her, and we sang songs together because she used to be a choir director at her church. She wanted me to sing her favorite song – 'The Old Rugged Cross' – at her funeral. I did. I was with her when she took her last breath. It was such a sacred moment. I’ll never forget it. It just cemented this whole career for me and made me realize this was what I wanted to do.

Karen Stevens, 2009 RightCare Winner

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