With a little help from our friends… A year ago we explored some new models for seasoned adult living, beyond assisted living or standard retirement communities. In With A Little Help from Our Friends, aging expert and journalist Beth Baker takes us on a journey through expanded innovation that elders
Insights on Growing Older & Facing Death Personal growth pioneer Louise Hay, still a tour de force in the field at 89, is known for saying, “Make the rest of your life the best of your life.” Her words aren’t aimed specifically at seniors, though they’re most apt for this
We previously discussed the value of a PERS (personal emergency response system) and protection from identity theft. The next question is: what are the best ways to protect a senior's property?
Fear of aging is no different, in essence, from any other fear. Yes, growing older involves loss, as does every life stage. If we're growing — not just physically, but mentally, emotionally and spiritually — we're always saying goodbye. And also hello.
Mental and emotional health is as important as physical well being for seniors.
The new media is an ideal forum for reaching reverse mortgage prospects who have embraced the internet. Here's how to engage this new demographic.
[ad#CCCS] Understanding Unexpected Later Life Shifts It’s one thing to talk about aging looking forward; quite another to view it from within that mature skin. In How Did I Get to Be 70 When I’m 35 Inside? 70-year-old Linda Douty offers a delightful “new paradigm” roadmap for conscious aging, focusing
The process of aging makes one more vulnerable when it comes to trust While it’s true that people don’t change dramatically just because they grow older (see Marketing to the Mature Homeowner/Part 1), there is one area in which aging makes us more vulnerable: trust. As people age and watch