Waiting for God

Helping You Care for your Dependent Senior

Meaningful, peaceful, community-based end of life care for seniors can be a reality.   

Our company provides a coordination and communication platform that is optimized for dependent seniors, enabling a high quality end of life.  Combined with our expert advice, Waiting for God will help primary caregivers and their communities of care support aging parents, grandparents, friends, and loved ones as they transition from independence to dependence through to end of life. 

The medical system will take care of your senior’s body and symptom management through the palliative process.  We will enable you to easily, and effectively, take care of your dependent senior’s life. 

People are more than bodies.  We are social, personal and spiritual.  Waiting for God believes that end of life care should embrace that.  We also believe that the primary caregiver should not be spending hours a week on coordination and communication.  Time with loved ones is precious, we allow you to maximize that.

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SeniorSynCare

End-of-life Consultations

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Scheduling and communications on a private server.

Coordinate tasks and communicate with your community of care, including family members in other cities or countries.

Keep track of medical appointments, social visits, and Personal Support Workers through a private and accessible multi-functional platform. 

Live video discussions with end-of-life experts.

Waiting for God provides immediate answers and advice on how to care for yourself or somebody else as they approach their end of life. 

Accompanying your loved one through end-of-life is difficult.  Yet, it is also a deeply meaningful experience once the community of care can offload (or upload) scheduling and coordination tasks to our specialized platform, with in-built tools and services designed specifically for end-of-life caregiving.   

We are here to ensure your loved one has a connected and supportive community of care, where family and friends can engage in fellowship, bonding, and loving moments, rather than being consumed by scheduling and communication burdens and mishaps.  For information relevant to caring for your dependent senior, check out our Resources page.

The journey from Independence to Dependence: Meet Stella

Stella

Stella Ross lived an extraordinary life. She was born in 1920 and died at 102.

As a child, there was no running water in the house, and by the time she was 90, she had been…

  • An Air Force bride in WW2
  • Raised two children
  • Got two degrees
  • Had two careers
  • Travelled the world
  • Was a pro with an iPad

She also went to the gym 3-4 times weekly and volunteered to take seniors out.

She was a no-nonsense whip with a huge social circle and fiercely independent.

When it came to preparing for her death, she did…

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Testimonials

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Liu
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Experiencing the end of life of a loved one is difficult, but it can be deep and meaningful with the right community of care.

We are here to ensure your loved one has a connected and supportive community of care; allowing family and friends to engage in fellowship and loving relationships rather than confusion and frustration.