Every Senior hopes to enjoy Quality of Life and having financial security makes this goal possible. The following suggestions address controlling debt, planning for retirement, protecting financial investments, and more. ADVICE FOR RETIREMENT The goal of retirement is to be self-supporting without receiving a steady income. Although this may seem overwhelming, approaches exist to help… Read More


Vaccines have always been a high priority for Seniors and their loved ones. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has further demonstrated the importance of vaccines in preventing the spread of deadly disease. A vaccine is embedded with microorganisms the same as or similar to the disease. When administered, the vaccine stimulates the immune system to create… Read More


Seniors have a higher risk of suffering a stroke or heart attack as advancing age creates a natural thickening in the heart’s chamber walls. Increased stress or unusual physical activity in Seniors cause irregular heart rhythms as blood pressure rises. According to the American College of Cardiology “… 90% of stroke risk is due to… Read More


February 4th, World Cancer Day, is much more than honoring those who have lost their lives to cancer. The 2021 theme “I am and I will” inspires a call-to-action, a focus on raising the awareness of cancer, its symptoms, and impacts. Today we are asked to make a commitment to promote ongoing research, make a donation and start being a part of cancer education. Sixty percent of cancer diagnoses occur in the 65 and older population making awareness of cancer symptoms in older adults crucial.   … Read More


It is no surprise Seniors have become the prime targets for elder scams. They are often left feeling helpless, confused, and embarrassed after being tricked by total strangers. It is important to recognize the most common types of elderly scams and learn how you and your loved ones may avoid becoming victims of scam artists.… Read More