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Chris Moon-Willems ~ Founder of Relative Matters

Chris Moon-Willems ~ Founder of Relative Matters


Chris Moon-Willems is the founder and owner of Relative Matters an elderly care consultancy in England.  With over thirty years of experience as a professional in social care and NHS, as well as, five years of personal experience caring for her own aging parents, she has mastered the ins and outs of the caregiving process. She knows how to navigate the system and offers her assistance to family members who are caring for elderly parents.

Chris and her team at Relative Matters, advises and assists their clients in the arrangement and moderation of their loved ones care.  She is passionate about helping older people and guides them to find the best value solutions to their age specific challenges.  For more information visit her website Relative Matters or pick up a copy of her book: Relative Matters – the essential guide to finding your way around the care system for older people

You will also find Chris on Facebook and Twitter @ChrisMoonW

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DALE CARTER~ Transition Aging Parents

DALE CARTER~ Transition Aging Parents


Dale Carter, an Aging Advocate/Speaker/Coach, loves teaching others how to guide their own aging parent or loved one through the changes they often face. Focusing on the preservation and strengthening of relationships, Dale will show you how to save time, money and heartache.

Here is how Dale describes her journey into her role as Aging Advocate:

“I began writing my blog to share my experiences and lessons learned as I helped my mother through a health crisis. I helped her through a recovery period, helped her find interim home services, and also helped her select and move to a retirement community. I started from knowing nothing about eldercare, stages of aging or the range of options. I educated myself quickly. While I wanted my mother to have “quality of life”, I was very careful to listen to what she wanted. This was a huge learning experience for me… a major life changing experience. My perspective about aging has changed … for the better! I knew I had to share what I learned with others.”

Dale now has a website filled with information and options for support. Be sure to visit  Transition Aging Parents. You will find more information on Dale, her book (also called Transition Aging Parents) a FREE e-course, radio show, blog, videos and articles all for the caregiver. If you need support or just a little  perspective, let Dale lend a helping hand. She’s been where you are now and will walk with you on this journey with your aging parent so that you can not only survive but “thrive and find joy” in every stage of life. You will also find Dale on Facebook and Twitter.