You usually don’t think of bullies as being seniors. However, with the aging population, understanding this issue, especially in long-term care facilities, is important for the well-being of loved ones.
With so many things to worry about in life you might worry about forgetting something to worry about! There is a big surprise coming after retirement that is often ignored. Planning avoids the big surprise.
Humans don't age like a fine wine, but we do live a long-time. Longevity requires an advance plan including Long-Term Care Insurance. A new study says the longer you wait the bigger chance health issues will prevent you from obtaining coverage.
A person's transition into a long-term care facility can benefit with use of photographs and mementos, including pet drawings, to ease fears. Advance planning will make life's transitions easier on the whole family.
Losing weight can be a challenge at any age, however after 60 it becomes harder. Being over-weight increases health issues and your risk for long-term care. An advance plan for longevity prior to retirement is key.
Longevity has become a key part of retirement planning. The costs and burdens of aging impact high net-worth families as well as those with minimal savings. Long-Term Care planning is prudent for both.