There is a better way

Practical, reliable, and cost-effective ways
to help emotionally stressed caregivers

The Voice
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Nancy May is leader and trusted advisor, who has spent her career working with some of the most noted CEOs, boards, and senior leaders. Drawing on her corporate experience, she’s become an expert in navigating the tricks, traps, and complexities of the aging care industry. and saved her parents over $250k/year, improved the quality of their care, and extended their lives and joy together. She’s an author and host of Eldercare Success, one of the top 5% of globally popular podcasts. and the author of How to Survive 911 Medical Emergencies

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Podcast and Host is one of the
top 5% most popular globally ranked shows

Is This You too?

Hi, I’m Nancy May of CareManity LLC. 20 years ago, I unexpectedly, but willingly became my parent’s medical advocate and fiduciary, having been given their Durable Power of Attorney. This is my dad, Stuart, at 98, and me just before we boarded a helicopter together. Mom wouldn’t even go near the idea of a flight like this around a local harbor.

My Unexpected Caregiver Journey. It was quite a ride!

If you’re caring for your parents, spouse or another loved one, chances are you will go through some, if not most of the journey I went through. Here’s the inside story about how I kept my parents from financial ruin, medical catastrophes, and saved over $250k a year in care costs, and managed my own personal, physical, and financial stress, all from 1200 miles away.

I hear from many of us who “cry out for help” all the time. Little things, left unattended, often turn into disasters, even if you’re living close by. You might learn from some of the things I went through and share here.

Hang tight, you’re in for quite a ride!

Podcast and Resources

Join Nancy May, and her guests as she helps relieve the pressures and delivers solid ways to find more joy and freedom as we care for those with those we love. Here you’ll learn how to find the ground under your feet again. Hang tight there’s a better road ahead!

The Most Popular Episodes

  • Researching Hospitals to Get Better Care (Part #2)
  • Things You’ll Need When Bringing Dad Home
  • Due Diligence on MDs (Part #1)

How to Survive 911 Medical Emergencies:
Step-by-Step Before, During, After!

Calling 911 in an emergency may be the most important thing you ever do. However, it’s only one tool to get you and your elderly charge through a medical emergency. This book lays out a smarter process, that can improve the odds that your elderly parent, and you as a caregiver, have a successful outcome (i.e., survive) when going through an urgent care emergency.

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Downloading this file, filling it out, and posting it where first responders can retrieve it,are important first steps in preparing yourself and others to confidently face a medicalemergency. Whether you are a caregiver for family members, caring for those who’vehired you, or just caring for yourself, this one simple tool could make the difference foremergency responders and doctors to save the life of someone you love, or even you!

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