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Starting the conversation about your parents’ end-of-life wishes might feel awkward, but chances are good that your parents will be relieved when you do.
Creating a power of attorney is a necessary safeguard for any aging person. This document gives you control over who makes decisions on your behalf.
Find out how you can select a senior center option that suits your aging loved one’s individual needs and preferences and plan end of life arrangements.
Maintain mobility throughout retirement. Learn how to find and access public and private transportation options for seniors who no longer drive.
You need to hold important conversations with your parents sooner instead of later about topics such as their wishes for a funeral or cremation.
The popularity of cremation has grown in the United States in recent decades. Find out how cremation trends and costs are influencing these decisions.
If you have an elderly loved one, summer is the perfect chance to spend some quality time together. Consider planning for these five activities before autumn.
Protect your end-of-life wishes with an advance directive. Learn the basics of this legal form and discover how you can start one today.
Understand retirement financial planning so you can create a stable foundation for late-life travel, health care and daily enjoyment.