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Elder Care Super Niche Opens to Life Coaches—Over 100 Million Prospective Clients

Dyke Publishing Offers Elder Care Coaching Package for Life Coaches with Elder Care Book and Online, Internet-Resourced Databases—Mama Moves In and the Research Pro Databases . The Elder Care Niche Is Over 100 Million People Who Need a Coach Now.

 
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PRLog - Mar. 8, 2011 - AUSTIN, Texas -- New resource tools that open a huge niche for life coaches have been created by Tom Dyke and are distributed by Dyke Publishing Company.  Dyke states he created the tools for a very personal reason.  He explains that he moved his 84-year-old mom into his home where she lived for the last 5 1/2 years of her life with him and his wife.  He adds that he had no in-my-home elder care resources.  And what he needed was a good book on topic, databases for elder care information and products and a good coach.

Over 100 million people need to know what to do with aging parents and how to assess, decide, prepare and cope.  Will it be our home or the rest home? These questions were not adequately answered until now.  Mama Moves In and the Research Pro databases answer the questions, provide the information and give direction:  How to assess, decide, prepare and cope.  Life coaches now have available powerful tools to tap the huge niche of elder care coaching.  Visit http://www.MamaMovesIn.com for more information about the book and the databases.

Is there a sufficient market to interest and support a life coach?  Studies report that:
1.    There are nearly 76,000,000 Baby Boomers out there and they started turning 65 January 1, 2011, at the rate of about 10,000 per day.
2.   Those Baby Boomers have between 25,000,000 and 30,000,000 parents who are either in need of elder care or soon will be.
3.     Those same Baby Boomers have between 30,000,000 and 40,000,000 children who will be taking care of them sooner or later.  
4.     The market is huge and will last indefinitely.  Visit http://www.dykepublishing.com/affiliates.php for more information.

An important question is:  Do life coaches need more business/clients?  Published statistics show that the average life coach serves only eleven active clients. Part of a life coach’s goal is to work themselves out of existing clients, so prospecting for new clients is a constant part of the business.

To help life coaches develop new business, Dyke created an elder care package around which elder care coaching can be developed.  It consists of:
1.     A book, Mama Moves In, all about in-my-home elder care.
2.     Two online, internet-resourced and maintained databases:
   a.     One for elder care information, and
                                                                             b.     One for elder care products.

The database topics are organized alphabetically and the Google search results ("hits") have been screened for content.  In other words, the searches have been done already and those search results have been reviewed for content and authority and pared down to an appropriate number for each category.  

Additionally, if a user wants to see more of the original hits on any of the hit lists, all hits are listed under the already-screened list compliments of Google.

The database tool includes a convenient way to manage desired listings for review.

Importantly, the book gives context to the database information and the databases provides utility to the book.  The result is having an elder care package that is always current—it does not go out of date.  So, coaches and their clients will have a resource that is always useable regardless of when purchased.

Armed with the real life information from the book as well as the always-current elder care information and products resource, a life coach can use his or her skills to coach elder care caregivers.  The book contains many highlighted references to selections in the databases as well as 5 ½ years of in-my-home elder care experiences.  Topics included are home safety, security, dealing with emotions, family involvement and help, the secondary caregiver, day-to-day routine, the practical, hints from professionals, the rewards of elder care and resources.  

By direct reference to the book and the databases, analogy and employing his/her special coaching skills a coach can help elder care caregivers to successfully deal with the elder care challenges that are encountered every day.  

Coaches have the perfect skill set for elder care coaching.  Good coaches clarify goals , refine strategies, raise awareness , brainstorm, identify action plans, ask clarifying questions, offer fresh perspectives, identify responsibility, encourage proactive behavior, make specific suggestions, and develop client's confidence.

Dyke asserts, "Based on my 5 1/2 years of elder care experience a good elder care coach would have made all the difference in the world."  The package can be purchased at http://www.dykepublishing.com/purchase.php.

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About Dyke Publishing Company, Mama Moves In and Research Pro:
All three were created for the sole purpose of helping others assess, decide, prepare and cope with elder care options as well as provide good elder care in their home for elderly parents.

As a part of this effort both old and new research for elder care information and products was marshaled and made the content of highly organized databases at www.DykePublishing.com and www.MamaMovesIn.com. The databases for elder care information and products are for the exclusive use of the purchasers of Mama Moves In.

The databases are updated routinely and work in conjunction with the search engines to provide current internet data.

The author's fervent hope is that other children of aging and elderly parents have the information they need to have good insights and to make good decisions about elder care in their home without the steep and challenging learning curve experienced by the author.

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