The Caregiver Storm: Positioning Professional Services to Succeed as Boomers Age

Your clients are getting older. It’s a demographic fact. Over the next decade boomers will retire from the workforce and enter into the next phase of their lives.

At the same time the children of boomers are dealing with their own kid’s returning home and needing support well into adulthood.

And however active, healthy and “young-at-heart” individual boomers are today each one of them will eventually fall into decline.

So the question becomes: who is there to protect them and look out for their interests as they become more vulnerable? On September 25th, Elder Law Attorney/CPA Ben Neiburger will present two 30 minute webinars outlining a 10 point action plan  to help professionals position their business make money and build customer loyalty by helping clients in crisis.

Healthcare Providers/Long Term Care Facilities/Assisted Living Facilities

The first 30 minute webinar at 10am CT is specifically for healthcare and long term care professionals.  Using industry specific examples, I will review current business practices and provide a 10 point plan to help you position yourself to grow over the next 10 to 15 years.

Attorneys, CPAs and Financial Advisors

The second webinar will begin at 11am CT.  This program is for CPAs and attorneys who recognize the shifting demographics of baby boomers and want to learn new ways to change their business strategy so that they can profit from this new paradigm over the next decade.

Bonus: Each attendee will also receive a free ebook.

If you want Ben to present a complimentary webinar to your professional association, please send an email to ben@generationlaw.com

About the Presenter
IMG_4402WEB.jpgBen Neiburger is an Illinois-based Elder Law attorney and Certified Public Accountant. As a speaker Ben travels the country showing organizations how to respond to the coming elder care crisis in America with humanity, while maintaining productivity and profitability.

Ben speaks to legal, healthcare and financial planning professionals about managing our country’s growing elder population and the effect this will have on the bottom line performance of every company.