Exercise is your key to aging well, start now!

Feb 7, 2018

If you’re planning for your retirement, don’t forget to incorporate some form of exercise into your daily activities. Daily exercise can be your key to staying happy and healthy during your retirement years. By helping to increase your mobility and stamina, you’ll be physically fit and in top form to enjoy all that your upcoming… read more »

Don’t fall prey to strangers bearing gifts!

Dec 6, 2017

Every day scammers are finding new. inventive ways to gain your financial information and access your assets. Most recently scammers are impersonating delivery services claiming to have a package requiring identification and the scan of a credit card for delivery. Here’s the personal account of a San Diego resident that fell prey to such a… read more »

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Potential New Legislation All Caregivers Should Know About

Oct 8, 2015

As we age and find ourselves in need of care or representation, most of us envision the ideal scenario where our children or loved ones coordinate to develop the most effective care plan, arrange for visits and cooperate to keep us as comfortable as possible. Unfortunately family dynamics often aren’t ideal or change over time,… read more »

Scamming Seniors: How to Avoid 3 Popular Cons

May 22, 2014

Scammers are opportunists, and they often choose to prey on seniors due to impairments in judgment that often come with age. Seniors are sometimes overly trusting, and isolation and loneliness can make them vulnerable to falling for a con. Additionally, technological naiveté can cause seniors to get caught up in a scam that involves financial… read more »