DownSize Fox Cities is part of the Carolyn Stark Real Estate Team at Keller Williams Fox Cities.
Focusing on the 50+ real estate market the team has assembled a network of professionals in the community that can assist seniors with everything from wills and trusts to decluttering and home safety. They have put together a monthly seminar series to share that information with the public in both seminar and webinar format.
In addition, team members have acquired specialized skills and training to work with folks 50 and older by earning the Senior Real Estate Specialist® designation and membership in the SRES® Council.
Webinar: Have You Communicated Your Wishes?
September 24 @ 12:05 pm - 1:00 pm UTC+0Free
Presented by Sue Coyle, Coyle Care Management
Planning ahead for your own potential care or that of a loved one can be a daunting process. Learn how to start and have the conversations so that wishes are known and planned for as best as possible.
Sue has over 30 years of experience in working with older adults in many capacities. Her knowledge and experience as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA), a certified Dementia Care Specialist, and a Certified Aging Life Care™ Manager (CMC) has empowered her to thoughtfully assess the needs of clients and caregivers to help them through the aging and caring process. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Management. Many years of assisting caregivers in various capacities lead Ms. Coyle to founding her own business in order to assist clients and their families through the challenges (and joys!) of aging. Assisting clients and their caregivers to maintain maximum safety, health, independence, and peace of mind are her main priorities. Ms. Coyle is well versed in community programs, services, resources, and organizations related to elder care. She is active in many local senior events and organizations, including a founding member and chairperson of the local Caregiver Coalition. She is passionate and committed to improving quality of life for older adults and their caregivers.