Part II: Joe Morabito - When Parents Move In with Adult Children

May 4, 2021
Hosted by Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT, CDCM, CMDCP

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Paragon Global Resources has provided relocation services for companies and executives around the world for decades. However, Joe Morabito's personal experiences with his parents helped become the impetus for expanding into providing valuable resources for older adults and their families as they transition from their own home to assisted living or nursing home environments. His company not only can hold your hand through the process, but understands what that journey is all about because Paragon Home Resources was founded on personal experience. Joe's account of his first hand experiences with the many stages of transitions for his father, and eventually his mother provide valuable information and insights for anyone who thinks they may be approaching that situation with their loved ones or for those at the beginning stages of that journey. Joe Morabito returns in this follow up episode talking about the struggles and challenges families experience when their older parents need to transition out of their home. In the previous episode we discussed transitions from home to assisted living and nursing home. In this episode, we discuss the scenarios involved when older adults have to move in with their adult child. We'll address some of the considerations and challenges that arise, including the physical needs and limitations of the living space to which the older adult is supposed to move. Joe is a phenomenal story teller. The breath and wealth of his experiences, both personal as well as in this industry, can offer valuable insights for any person facing these issues.

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Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT, CDCM, CMDCP

Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT, CDCM, CMDCP

Phyllis Ayman, host of Seniors Straight Talk, is a speech and language pathologist, certified dementia practitioner, trainer, and best-selling author who’s dedicated to improving quality life and quality care for older adults in our families, communities and nursing home residents. She’s best known for her communication skills, empathy, unwavering high standards, and believes strongly that care treatment of older adults is a direct reflection of society’s attitudes towards adults the elder years of their lives. She’s passionate about meeting the needs of our culturally diverse senior population and understands the root causes faced by nursing home residents after working in 50 nursing homes. Phyllis is passionate about teaching what she learned from helping your parents to how she can help you. Phyllis is an accomplished author and featured speaker and an accomplished trainer for both the public and private sector. Her latest book Dignity and Respect: Are Our Aging Parents Getting What They Deserve? became an instant Amazon bestseller. She’s published several articles and courses for healthcare workers and caregivers and holds a trademark for the word “IMpathy” (tm).

Phyllis serves as a board member of the Massachusetts Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, is an advisory board member to Olive Community Services based in Los Angeles, California and served as a member of the COVID19 National Health Care Coalition.

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