New Book Offers a Simple Guide to Organizing Matters of Life and Health
HONOLULU, May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- "Many families are not organized with medical information and life documents to prepare for a medical concern or crisis," writes Sandra J. Yorong in Lifetime Medical Organizer: A Simple Guide to Organizing Matters of Life and Health. How-To Instructions and Forms Included (published by AuthorHouse), the new book she wrote with Richard Schuttler, Ph.D. "When an increasing number of adult children are caring for their senior parents and baby boomers are entering retirement, the need to manage matters of life and heath in a multi-tasking world will become an even greater focus of concern."
Yorong was inspired to create the Lifetime Medical Organizer when her father was dying of cancer. With her mother busy caring for him, Yorong was left with the responsibility of managing his health concerns. She made the Lifetime Medical Organizer to gather important medical and legal documents, making it easier for doctors and family members to communicate. She kept the information in the organizer consistent and current, helping to eliminate doubts and questions and giving her family peace of mind during a difficult time.
A large population of baby boomers heading into retirement and
experiencing health issues related to aging will increase the focus on
planning for matters of life and health. The need to organize medical
records and life documents will arise, and families who want to take a
proactive approach to better care management for loved ones will benefit
from Yorong's Lifetime Medical Organizer. She writes:
It is difficult to record and organize important information if you do
not know how to begin. The more information you can provide for your
doctors and family in a time of medical crisis, the better they will be
able to help you. The easy-to-use forms included in this book provide a
step-by-step approach that is simple to understand and get started.
While there are competing products, the Lifetime Medical Organizer is unique because Yorong shares her personal story of family and the love she has for them, along with how-to instructions. Her concept of applying her experience throughout the book makes it very relatable and helps convey the importance of her message.
Sandra J. Yorong is a financial advisor and former bank trust officer and investment portfolio manager with 15 years of experience helping clients with life planning. She is actively involved with her church and volunteers in the community. The Lifetime Medical Organizer: A Simple Guide to Organizing Matters of Life and Health. How-To Instructions and Forms Included is her first book.
Richard Schuttler, Ph.D., is an international public speaker, educator and author. He owns Organizational Troubleshooter, LLC and has mentored executives, faculty and students from around the world in various professional settings. He is the author of Laws of Communication and co-author of Million Dollar Attitude and Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies.
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