Doors Open! Aging Parents Cohort

Aug 1, 2023 | 2 comments

With aging parents, it’s common to feel:

—Torn between wanting (and needing) to help them and your own ministry.

—Alone. Your teammates mean well, but they don’t really get it.

—Overwhelmed by all of the issues that exist with aging parents.

You do not need to go it alone when it comes to navigating aging parents and cross-cultural work.

For the next 12 months you can be part of a community who is walking a similar path. Enrollment opens in August 2023 and the cohort runs from September 2023 to August 2024.

“Before joining the Aging Parents Cohort I felt I was in a whirlwind of change in our family and decisions that loomed on the horizon, but I didn’t feel I had a safe place to process it. Processing the possibilities of leaving the field didn’t always feel safe with people in our organization, and friends back in my passport country didn’t always understand the complexities of dealing with the international aspects of what we are facing. 

“The experience has been great. Each session has had something I could take away to ponder and pray through. But my favorite part was the time of sharing at the beginning of each session; the time of sharing helps me feel less alone in this journey and I have an opportunity every month to consider this aspect of my life.”


Want to know what’s included? Monthly zoom calls, a private Facebook group, and a list of resources…and you can join today.

We only open the doors once a year, so you don’t want to miss registration. Even if you’re not facing aging parents, you know someone who is. Pray for them 🙂 . . . and maybe share this post?

Amy Young

Life enthusiast. Author. Sports lover. Jesus follower. Supporting cross-cultural work.




  1. Julie

    Question – If I sign up for the Aging Parents Cohort, what do I get for the $147? Do I need to pay for each workshop ($9.99) as it is live? What if I just sign up for the Cohort?

    • Amy Young

      Great question Julie :).

      This is what’s included:


      Every journey is unique

      Communicating with siblings

      The role of faith (your parents’, siblings’, and yours)

      Transitions you and your aging parents might experience

      The underlying question: To return or stay?

      Supporting from a distance

      The Big 3: Safety, Comfort, and Dignity

      Understanding aging brains

      Navigating aging parents with an agency, a board, or independently

      Grief experienced with aging parents


      1. Monthly zoom calls around one of the topics

      2. Meetings recorded if you are unable to attend or want to revisit a topic

      3. A private facebook group

      4. Resources including a recording with an estate planner


      1. Monthly Zoom calls that will equip you and allow you to talk with others (recorded)
      2. A private facebook group where you can ask questions, vent, and pray for each other
      3. A list of resources


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