Turning 60 is an exciting moment, even if it might not feel that way. The golden years are a time to reflect on the life you’ve lived so far while still prepping for the many adventures still left to come.
If you haven’t already, this time in life is also the moment to take a step back and focus on retirement planning, specifically the people helping to manage your money. Many Boomers once lived by the motto “don’t trust anyone over 30.” Today, it’s smart to not trust their retirement savings—or the Social Security system—to provide a comfortable retirement.
Students have been away at college for a few weeks now. They are learning and growing and becoming great young adults, but to you, they’ll always be a grandchild first in your heart. They’re incredibly busy with class work, new friends and a ton of added responsibilities. They’ve settled into their dorms, unpacked all of the essential items brought from home, and quickly realize they’ve forgotten several small but vital incidentals.
First aid kits, a sound machine, and single serve snacks are just some of the incidentals college kids will need for the school year…
Read about the benefits that Boomers and Older Adults alike are able to receive when they sign on to a continuing care at home “CCaH” plan. In this August 30, 2017 feature by Home Health Care News, Carlo Calma writes about the history, value and growing prevalence of CCaH programs. He highlights a significant and unique part of the largest CCAH program in the United States: care coordination. This article from Home Health Care News is another example of their coverage of the latest trends and interesting information in the senior in-home care industry.
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