We all have fears, as children of aging parents you may fear caregiver guilt, but seniors face unique fears as they age. Understanding what our loved ones fear is important and can help us better communicate with them to help alleviate those fears. Would it surprise you to learn that seniors fear loss of independence more than they fear death? In this blog we discuss the common fears of aging.
The Genworth Cost of Care Survey has been providing valuable information about the cost of senior care for 15 years. It has become the main point of referral for long-term care planning. The latest Cost of Care Survey provides some eye-opening information for seniors and their loved ones as the cost of in-home care and aging in place is typically more than the cost of assisted or independent living.
If you are just beginning your search for an assisted living community, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here is a list of six questions to consider when researching assisted living communities.
When you think of a credit score and having good credit, you probably picture a young adult just starting out on their own. It may be someone who wants to buy a new car or a couple who just got married and want to buy a house. You may think seniors don't need a credit scores because they already have a home and a savings account, but good credit is also crucial for seniors.
A friend we know has been taking her daughter to visit college campuses this spring and says it’s causing her a lot of stress. They all seem nice, she said, and the people are friendly, so how do you choose?