Lack of Financial Planning Tied to Neglect of Health

Doctors, therapists, and other healthcare providers understand there is a strong link between physical and psychological wellness. The brain plays a large part in the healing process and more recently has been found to be a factor in preventative care. ...

 
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Around the World in Eldercare: Singapore’s Retirement Solution

Continue working. Your brain functions better and it keeps you young and in good health. That’s what Avtar Singh, age 65, believes. Singh works for the National Environment Agency and hopes to continue in his managerial position there as long ...

 
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Assisted Living in the News, Again

In late July, assisted living hit headlines in a big way: a PBS documentary, Life and Death in Assisted Living, put the country’s largest provider, Emeritus Senior Living, in the hot seat after the tragic death of a resident ...

 
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Retirement Living, Virtually

There’s a new trend in retirement living, and it doesn’t involve moving. The village concept, born in a Boston neighborhood in 2001, is now morphing into “the notion of virtual retirement communities,” says a recent FoxBusiness.com article.

Primarily ...

 
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Finding Your Best Senior Living Match

Whether you’re considering a 55+ condo, a retirement living apartment, or an assisted living suite, here are a few tips for finding your best match in a senior living community:

Searching online first can save time. While we would never ...

 
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Continuing Education Is Required at This Senior Living Community

I’m sure we can agree that lifelong learning is beneficial for people of all ages, and is especially constructive for seniors who are striving to keep their mind sharp. So it’s no surprise that more and more senior ...

 
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The Gap Between Perception and Reality in Long-Term Care

According to a recent Harris Interactive poll conducted on behalf of Nationwide Financial, boomers’ perceptions about the costs and parameters of long-term care are not aligned with reality. Far from it – the Long-Term Care study, which surveyed more than 800 seniors ...

 
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Seniors Are on the Move — Literally

The last half decade in the United States has been economically challenging to say the least, but many of us are feeling that we’ve finally emerged from the Great Recession. And though the housing market was hit especially hard, ...

 
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“A Day in a Life”: A Movie for Seniors

“If you were given another chance, what would you do?” That’s the question filmmaker Jean Mercier asks us in his senior-friendly film, "A Day in a Life."
 
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Seniors Find Their Calling in Retirement

Many baby boomers decide to follow their passion to a second career after retirement. It’s not unusual these days to hear about a corporate attorney going back to school after retiring to become a teacher or a high-level financier ...

 
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