Boomer Health Care – For You And Your Aging Parents

Take control of your care by asking questions Tackling a few major hurdles right now will ease your mind and help you and your parents feel better in the long run. Here are few tips to make this mundane yet complex issue easier to manage. Insurance First and foremost you and your parents need the … Continue reading

Planning Retirement Courses Making the most of retirement

Retirement is one of the most significant changes that any of us will ever experience. Everyone approaches retirement differently and with a mix of emotions, some of us can’t wait and others of us will be worried or even fearful. Planning for retirement courses are more important today than they have ever been. We are … Continue reading

Long Term Care Planning: Planning For The Future

Long term care planning can save you a lot of time and money. By planning in advance, you are taking care of the possibility that you or someone you love may no longer have the ability to take care of their own affairs. It is not something anyone wants to think about, but in some … Continue reading

Retirement Financial Planning and Retirement Ideas

Too soon we get old, and too late we get smart is the old Yiddish proverb. This applies to most people as they do retirement planning. Retirement ideas range from imagining yourself living in a life of luxury, playing golf, taking 9 month vacations, and enjoying life, down to living in a retirement community where … Continue reading

PLEASE PARTICIPATE – 3 minute LAAAC stakeholder survey

The Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition conducted a strategic planning retreat this past summer. As a next step to this work, we are surveying stakeholders to inform our next steps. We ask that you participate in the following 3-minute survey:     Summary of the 1-day Strategic Planning Retreat Ideas discussed amongst stakeholders included: … Continue reading

Top 10 Lifestyle Planning Questions For Baby Boomers

It is about knowing what your values are and what you want to achieve in your retirement years. If you saw the movie “The Bucket List” you will know what I mean. If you didn’t see it I recommend that you do. Life is more than money and status. For many people it isn’t until … Continue reading

Retirement is a Beginning, Not an End

NewsUSA) – Chances are, you know someone about to enter retirement. Between aging baby boomers and struggling businesses, many seniors find themselves leaving the workplace. And the numbers of new retirees are only going to rise — nearly 6,000 Americans turn 65 every day. Retirement is a big transition for a former working stiff, and … Continue reading

Avoiding Elder Care Stress Requires Planning and Organization

Care for the elderly in home can be overwhelming. To avoid elder care stress it is important for the caregiver, or potential caregiver, to help the aging adult organize and plan for the unplanned events in life. Taking a proactive approach with the aging adults in your life will save you time, energy, money and … Continue reading

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