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Frances Reaves and her group made me aware of what I needed to prepare for as I watch my parents age. None of us believe it's going to happen to us but it does.
Parent Your Parents gives you all the information you need to make smart decisions regarding your family members. They also know who to call, when to call and anticipate your next issue.
Frances helped us every step of the way. Now, I am no longer burdened with the fear & anxiety of the unknown. We have the resources in place and know who to contact when the next step begins.
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About Parent Your Parents
Parent Your Parents (PYP) was founded to access the benefits and resources and monitor the scams. We can’t promise we’ve found everyone but we’re always on the look out.
We also assist you and your family with the actual day to day aspects of the challenges and decisions that must be made in order to allow the last chapter of all our parents lives to be a memorable one — for everyone.