“Thanks for the note. William passed away yesterday afternoon. We’re coping. Although it’s stressful, it is also a relief. Thanks again for your kind and very helpful words of encouragement and advice over the last couple of years.”
“I know Annalee Kruger and without a doubt am recommending this book. Cannot wait to read it. I first met her when she was helping Lynn de la Torre care for her dad. I came to visit him and she was on the phone with the social security office trying to straighten out some database that had his date of birth off by 1 year. Manuel looked up and said she was a saint and had been on the phone for hours trying to help him. Took her name and number right then and there knowing someday I would need help.”
“I cannot tell you how much your being an advocate has meant for me, my wife and our entire family.”
“Annalee helped me and my siblings come up with a solid plan when dad was diagnosed with dementia. She helped me with caretaker fatigue and was a great neutral third party who was able to relay information to dad. She won his trust right away.”
“My mom also has Alzheimer’s! Thank god we took the steps and with your assistance . I was able to go in with the paper work and sign her up within 15 min in her beautiful new assistant living with memory care also when it’s time . I am feeling much better about everything coming out of the worst 14 days of my life.”
handle sensitive situations and listens carefully in order to help guide a caretaker or elderly person through their aging years…”
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“I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for yesterdays appointment and the professionalism and the human caring that you showed for all of us.”
“My family is sooooo lucky that an Angel named Annalee Kruger is available as a resource. Taking care of your aging loved ones is a process that 99.99756% of families are not equipped to tackle alone…. ours included. Today was eye opening for all of us and, thank goodness, I had some “pre-education” that uncovered a major issue that prompted a family meeting.
The outcome of a civil and open discussion between parents and children lead to a discovery that, what we all “thought” was the right decision when the day started, was actually a disaster waiting to happen. How was it averted??? By having a resource in your corner, and that resource was Care Right Inc.
The bulk of my friends on FB have parents in the 80+ bracket. If you haven’t had the “what if’s” or “what happens when” discussions, you’re in for some major surprises that you won’t like. My father was in financial analysis his entire career. He thrives on details. He answered the question of “do you have all your legal documents in order” with a resounding “YES”! But he became sheepish when we asked him “where are they loctaed”?
The foundation of a plan was put In place tonight. What plan you ask? Simple… the plan of what my parents desire and the core of that desire is being able to stay together as long as possible. Sounds easy! But it isn’t because the agin process loves to throw curve balls at you.
I’m going to sleep well tonight knowing my family isn’t alone on this very difficult journey….AND yours doesn’t need to be either. Help is only a phone call away.”
“Annalee Kruger is the best at what she does to help people with aging parents and thinking about their own plans for the future. I couldn’t deal without her. I thought I finally had the time to pursue a career that I have been working at for over 30 years. Then my aging parents became another roadblock. Thanks to Annalee Kruger, I have finally been able to live that dream. She helped me rid the guilt I had for not being able to be there all the time for my parents. It’s still so hard watching your parents decline, but knowing they are being taken care of really helps. My Mom with Alzheimers is going to be staying with me for 10 days. Hoping to give a break to my sister Toni Jorgensen before we move her into an AL facility. My plan is to keep her busy visiting old friends, going with me to dance practice and recitals, and visiting Dad. I am excited to spend time with my Mom before things get worse.”
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