According to a report from The American College of Emergency Physicians dated in early 2016 a majority of people in the United States do not have the proper type of power of attorney to cover health care or financial issues. In fact, “only about a quarter of Americans currently have an advance directive – like a living will.”… Read More

Time gives the appearance of both standing still and passing quickly. Even as mature adults we envision our parents as parents, not as individuals. Each person has a story to tell. Following generations will value knowing the people who were a part of the formation of their family and identity.… Read More

Their methods vary and include phone calls, internet and email solicitations and even face to face visits. Being aware of the many popular scams is a step in protecting yourself. Remember If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Listed below are a few of the most common scams directed to Seniors.… Read More

Differences may have been negligible in some outcomes but huge in others. Retirement presents itself in a variety of ways. Not Quite Ready Phasing out your career is one step when considering retirement. Perhaps you aren’t quite ready to make a full commitment to a new lifestyle. There are matters to consider such as health… Read More

This quote from the last scene of the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” illustrates friendship is a precious commodity as well as a vital part of healthy living. People who have a vibrant social network are healthier and happier and live longer. Some people are natural social butterflies. They walk in a room and people… Read More