Year-End Ideas for Your Senior Clientele In music, a grace note is considered “non-essential,” an ornamental embellishment — yet something about it distinguishes the piece, or the composer would have omitted it. It’s the same with a signature piece of jewelry or a personalized flourish on gift wrap: the effort
Last week we looked at new ways seniors are demystifying rather than denying death, and how smart pre-planning can help families mitigate conflict once the HECM recipient dies. What happens when a reverse mortgage client is approaching the end? One option many might overlook for easing their passage is hospice. For
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Did you know? Poor sleep breathing can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease — even dementia.