Focus on mental health problems should start younger as the impact of depression and related health problems in older adults can be more severe. Depression is associated with declining health in people with conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
Being a caregiver is challenging. While it can be rewarding, the responsibilities and tasks are not easy. There are physical and emotional burdens that come with being a caregiver. ‘Mindful exercises” will help.
Have you heard someone say, "I'm on a fixed income," perhaps a parent - maybe yourself? Budgeting for life after retirement is best to think about before you retire. Either way, there are ways to save and enjoy a more successful retirement.
With aging comes numerous health concerns, including sleep difficulties. Poor sleep contributes to many of these problems, reducing the quality of life in people over 65.
Can reverse mortgages and Long-Term Care Insurance work together to help fund an appropriate plan to address the costs and burdens of aging? For some families, this 'couple' can open cash flow to protect your assets.
You may have heard about reverse mortgages but what do you really know? They have become an important option for those age 62 and older. It can help with retirement planning, long-term health care, and more.
It is hard to avoid hearing about long-term care these days. It’s time to understand the reality and consequences of your future aging. The impact on family and finances is life changing. Planning makes it easier and protects savings.
At one time, families all lived close to each other. Today families can be spread apart because of jobs and other factors. Distance and COVID concerns make it harder to care for a loved one from afar. There are ways to make it easier.
An aging society with a growing number of people needing LTC services & supports needs a big workforce to provide both skilled and semi-skilled services. The demand for care is more than the supply of providers.