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"My Own Home... As Long As Possible."

Critical Decisions Late in Life.

Resources available for:

Older adults; aging parents, adult children, family caregivers, longterm survivors of major chronic health issues. 

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  • Seven video series available. First video is free. With the first video you will...

  • Establish or reaffirm your decisions about living arrangements late in life.

  • Explore a case study and the impact of poor planning.

  • Identify the three main ways plans are interrupted.

  • Explore the problem of Falling; understand the impact and have a strategy for prevention. 

  • Watch a short intro video below.

  • Mark and Becky Schoepp

    Mark is a retired church educator and has served in a variety of congregational sizes, from very large to very small. His last parish experience was Health Minister in a congregation of mainly older adults. He has served as a health educator for a Lutheran Foundation out of Chicago and was Executive Director of a Lutheran organization focused on ministry with and for older adults until family health concerns took him home full time.

    Becky is a 30 year survivor of three rounds of cancer and had advanced heart failure and other organ damage from chemo and radiation. She recently received a heart transplant and keeps on ticking!

    Together they helped Becky's parents navigate a two year journey of important decisions late in life with major health issues (Alzheimer's and Heart Failure) at play.

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