Making sure your financial and legal affairs are in order can be a lot easier with the right tools. A written inventory of all your assets is a good place to start. Your list should be comprehensive and include investments, bank accounts, real estate, insurance policies, retirement plans, and tangible property of value.… Read More
It’s not uncommon to hear prospective residents of a CCRC say that they are hesitant to move to a retirement community because they are turned off by seeing residents with walkers and wheelchairs, or simply because they don’t want to be around a bunch of “old people.”… Read More
There is a recent and growing trend among college graduates that is garnering a lot of attention. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, by 2020, 43 percent of college students are expected to be age 25 and older. And among these older grads are more and more seniors.
You may have seen some of the recent news stories about older people who recently got their diplomas. ABC News highlighted Bob Barger, a WWII Navy pilot, who recently received his associate degree in technical studies from the University of Toledo in Ohio. After returning home from the war, he had dropped out of college to focus on his job and earning a living for his wife and two children.… Read More
If you or a loved one is considering their senior living options, you likely have begun doing research on retirement communities. Or perhaps you have a loved one in need of long-term care or memory care and staying in the home will not be safe for much longer. With all of the choices available (especially in larger cities), it can be a lot to take in so the decision process can take time. Some senior living decisions are needs-based and progress much quicker, while others are more preference-based and can take months or even years.… Read More
Kim Brinkley is our Accounting Clerk, and she has a short title for a long list of responsibilities. … Read More