Children of Aging Parents

How children of aging parents can use Kith + Kin to organize their parent's important health-related information.

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Kith + Kin helps those caring for aging parents organize the endless pile of papers, notes, and important health details and share with siblings and other caregivers so everyone can stay informed.

What you might want to track:

  • Medical Power of Attorney, Advanced Directives, Wills, and other legal documents

  • Medication, Condition, Allergy, and Vaccination History

  • Insurance and Medicare policies and copies of IDs

  • Visit notes so different family members can step in and stay informed

  • Doctors, specialists, appointments, and care plans

  • Diagnostic reports, labs, discharge notes, and other documents

  • Questions for doctors and other observations

Share all or some information with:

  • Siblings or other family members

  • Spouse or partner

  • Neighbors or others checking in on your parents

  • Caregivers or private duty nurses

  • Your parent if they wish to or are able to contribute

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