Got aging parents at home?
That moment when your last child goes off to college or moves out on their own is one of the most freeing feelings a parent can have. They’ve officially transitioned into the part of their life where they have...
Living independently is important at any age. You get the freedom to do what you want – within reason – to eat what you want – again, healthily and within reason – and to just enjoy life the way...
Many of us have parents who live in an assisted living facility or nursing home. Prior to them moving there we most likely asked lots of questions and looked at the available amenities. We wanted our parents to be...
Inflation has shot up over recent months, making it increasingly difficult for Canadians to make the most of every dollar spent. And the situation is even direr for seniors on a fixed income.  Government Aid Can’t Keep Up With Inflation The...
New Survey From The Hartford And MIT AgeLab Finds Homeowners Age 50+ Delay Home Maintenance              The Hartford commits $1 million to AARP Foundation to develop tools to help homeowners prioritize and plan for home maintenance needs. Survey results can be found...
Many of the baby boomers are now seniors and in the next thirteen years this demographic will grow. A lot of those who are in their mid fifties are already looking at the living options available for them once...
If you're entering retirement or recently retired, you may be worried about money. Many seniors find it hard to adjust to the fact that they're no longer receiving a steady stream of income. House flipping can be a great...
Every year, a large number of seniors succumb to some sort of monetary misrepresentation or certainty plot. Monetary maltreatment focusing on seniors is an inescapable issue influencing loads of individuals. According to the FBI, fraudsters cause seniors to lose...
Retirement is a huge life event and one that practically every member of the working population will eventually experience – whether reaching the state pension age and deciding to retire or electing to retire early for a longer life...
Making the change to assisted living is difficult for a senior, even one who has chosen this themselves. Your loved one may understandably regret their loss of independence. If they are still in their home it is a double loss....