Imagine learning it was no longer safe or comfortable to remain in a home of several decades. Many do not find this a challenge but instead an adventure. Here is an opportunity to meet new friends and a chance to discover a new lifestyle which could also be fun. Many Seniors, after living in their… Read More


When thinking about retirement two common concerns are generally “Am I saving enough for retirement?” and “How much money will I actually need for retirement?” Financial security is always a major consideration but emotional security is equally important.… Read More


It is the 6th leading cause of the death in the U.S. and every 66 seconds another person is diagnosed. Knowing the warning signs helps recognize the onset of Dementia. Most people associate Alzheimer’s disease with memory loss, but it is more than just forgetfulness. It is common for people to become forgetful as they… Read More


The stranger in the mirror is you. Elastic waistbands are your friend. You sleep through the weather and notice it’s not only the recliner creaking…it’s you. Stop it! Age is only a number and should have no bearing on your physical and mental well-being. Medicare Cards typically move first timers into a short period of… Read More


The kids left 30 years ago and the avocado refrigerator died shortly thereafter. Their existing 1800 square footage has shrunk to 800 square feet of actual living and Opal wants to move and downsize. Henry, like many Seniors, is opposed to change. Opal presents solid reasons. The basement stairs are steep, narrow and creaky. Carrying… Read More