Taking care of aging parents is no easy task. Often we seek opinions from others as we make hard decisions. We need to be mindful of whom we seek advice from and what makes them uniquely qualified.
Seniors gather a house full of memories in their lifetime. Downsizing to a care facility challenges families to respect the stuff, provide closure for a lifetime of treasures.
Alzheimer's Disease stops a relationship in it's tracks. The patience and understanding needed each day can strain the closest of relationships.
As family members age, more people will become involved in their care - gather your circle wisely.
The question of how much money is needed to retire has been widely debated. With a looming age wave of baby boomers, this question is even more timely for what is the largest generation of seniors.
The tiny house movement may offer the boomer generation a reasonable alternative to the high cost of aging
The senior who makes a plan remains in charge. Without planning and preparation, options may be limited, creating frustration for families and service providers.
As our parents age, we must prepare to have conversations that may be uncomfortable, but necessary. Without a plan, families find themselves unprepared, financially and emotionally, to make decisions
An aging parent can bring out the best and the worst in siblings. Be the family with a plan and a supportive team.