Do You Have a Spouse or a Parent Who’s Been Diagnosed with Cognitive Impairment?
Many of you know me as Kelly Vandever, real estate agent.
But I’m also Jerry Allen’s daughter, and my dad was diagnosed with cognitive impairment in 2017.
If you have a family member who’s been diagnosed with cognitive impairment, maybe you’re feeling like I did. Lost. Overwhelmed. Fearful. Sad.
If you’re just getting started on the journey with your loved one’s cognitive impairment, there’s a lot you need to know.
I’ve recently started sharing my story of what I’m glad I learned and what I’d wished I’d learned when my dad was diagnosed.
I’ve turned that sharing into a webinar to help others navigate their journey.
If you have a family member who’s been diagnosed, please join me for one of my upcoming webinars.
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For those of us over 50 thinking about buying a house or selling a home, there are different questions we need to ask. Different than when we were earlier in our careers.
Luckily, there are real estate agents, like me, who are specialize in the needs of home buyers and sellers who are 50 plus.
Hi – I’m Kelly Vandever, and I’m a Seniors Real Estate Specialist®.
As a Senior Real Estate Specialist®, I have unique training and experience to help my clients over 50.
My dad was diagnosed with cognitive impairment, then dementia.
I’ve lived through having to figure out when it was no longer safe for him to live alone and hired an agent in Florida to sell his house.
I’ve dealt with the logistical and emotional challenges of moving a parent.