Monthly Archives: March 2018

Handling Caregiver Guilt After a Move to Senior Living

Handling Caregiver Guilt After a Move to Senior Living

Handling Caregiver Guilt After a Move to Senior LivingEven though you knew it was time for your mom or dad to transition to senior living, that doesn’t make the new arrangement easier to bear. In fact, many family caregivers experience feelings of guilt after helping their parents move into an assisted living facility.

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When Senior Living Is Desirable (Not Mandatory)

When senior living is desirable

When senior living is desirableIs senior living a place you hope to avoid, or a place where you’d love to go? While the former has traditionally been the common response, the tide is turning in favor of senior living as a desirable option for vibrant older adults.

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A Retirement Savings Rescue Plan

retirement savings rescue plan

retirement savings rescue planLet’s face it: If you haven’t saved enough for retirement, there’s no magic bullet that will stack your accounts with cash. But there are steps you can take to improve your financial situation—if you’re willing to put in the effort.

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What Seniors Need to Know This Tax Season

what seniors need to know about tax season

what seniors need to know about tax seasonNone of us can escape tax season, not even when we get older. Those over 65 have various tax considerations that come into play with regard to Social Security income, age-related deductions and credits, IRA distributions, medical expense deductions, and more. Below is some general  information for older adults and their families to consider for this …Read more ›

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When Your Parent’s Time Is Becoming Short

When Your Parent's Time Is Becoming Short

When Your Parent's Time Is Becoming ShortIf your parent has entered palliative or hospice care, your family will have to face the hard reality that end of life is only a few months or even a few weeks away. As difficult as this realization is, it’s important to give meaning to the end-of-life period with special conversations, shared experiences, and making the most of every remaining moment …Read more ›

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Digital Caregiving Helps Elders Stay Connected

How digital caregiving helps elders stay connected

How digital caregiving helps elders stay connected With the advancement of technology, our society now has virtual banking, virtual classrooms, virtual business meetings—and also virtual caregiving. (more…)

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