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4 Assets Your Kids May Not Want to Inherit

Leaving assets to your children has long been considered a thoughtful gift but it can become a burden for recipients. AARP recently published an informative article that may have you rethinking your estate plans especially when it comes to the four assets they highlight. (From AARP) Leaving your children an inheritance is a blessing, but it can …

Why you should check out your local senior center.

It’s a fantastic local resource for seniors and their families. (Release from the National Council on Aging) This September, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) is celebrating National Senior Center Month by showcasing how these vital community hubs connect older adults to each other and to valuable services to stay healthy and independent. The nation’s 10,000 senior centers are …

Forgetful? Good news – it may just be Covid-related brain fog.

Ask your physician about cognitive rehabilitation. If a loved one is having difficulty sustaining attention, organizing activities and multitasking, don’t immediately suspect dementia. It could be a lasting effect of Covid… and there’s a treatment that can help. The AJC recently published an article about cognitive rehab being used to address lingering brain fog. (From the …

Many will be feel relief from Medicare changes

Will the Inflation Reduction Act help you? AARP is explaining how the Inflation Reduction Act will help seniors — especially those dependent on insulin. The Act is aimed at addressing inflation by reducing the deficit, investing in domestic energy production, and lowering drug prices. (Article from AARP) For the first time in Medicare’s history, the …

Meet the Solo Ager

What is a Solo Ager? One online definition is, “older adults that are making decisions about their future independently. You might be a solo ager if you are… An individual or couple without children. An individual who never married or had children. An individual living alone since the divorce or death of a partner.” AARP …