Yes, there are things you can do today, no matter your age, to help you live a longer life. You should take action on these items but don’t fail to consider the impact of aging on your family and finances.
We often ignore the concerns of longevity and retirement. When you are older your options diminish. Planning for retirement should be a priority at any age. Saving and protecting those savings especially from long-term care is critical.
When Mom or Dad needs long-term care, it can create a crisis within the family. What steps should be taken? What are the costs of paid care services? Advance planning makes aging issues easier.
Most people when they need long-term care services want to stay home. Most Long-Term Care Insurance claims start with care at home. These tips will help find quality care for your loved one.
With November being National Long-Term Care Awareness Month a family discussion of how to address the financial costs and burdens of aging is essential before you retire. One affordable solution is LTC Insurance.
Family caregivers already know how difficult it is for you and your family. There are ways to ease the pressure. Don’t place the responsibility of your future caregiving on your family.
Sometimes we have problems with sleep. Sometimes it becomes a pattern. Lack of sleep could be reflective to health issues and even increase your risk of needing long-term care services.
Once you get past age 55 going to the doctor will become a common routine. Learn to get the most from your doctor. Top hint: If you don’t ask the right questions, you won’t get the right answers.
If Mom or Dad is moving into Assisted Living what do you do with their home? These tips will help the family make the right decision. Always prepare in advance for the impact of longevity.