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Practical advice to help your loved ones age in place.


How Telehealth is Helping Seniors Age in Place

Telehealth, also called telemedicine, is an umbrella term that refers to a wide range of health services delivered virtually. As it becomes more widespread, telehealth offers numerous benefits to seniors

House and Home

A Growing Trend: Seniors Taking in Roommates

Today, the number of adults over 50 who are living with roommates is growing almost twice as fast as any other age group. Source: SpareRoom.com While you may have thought that roommates

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Finance, Legal, and Insurance

Getting the Jump on Estate Planning In Colorado

Older adults often face critical and complex issues such as income security, housing, utilities, protective services, abuse, neglect, and age discrimination, which is why advanced planning is so important. Early

Finance, Legal, and Insurance

Evaluating Your Sources of Retirement Income

Most older adults’ income decline after they leave the workforce. The first step to ensuring that there are enough funds to last the rest of you or your loved one’s

Finance, Legal, and Insurance

How do You Financially Plan for Retirement?

A crucial part of aging in place is understanding and honestly evaluating you or your loved one’s financial health. Much like a company that reviews its profit and loss statements,

Social and Learning Opportunities

Combatting Loneliness and Social Isolation in Older Adults

Loneliness and social isolation, especially in older adults, can lead to depression, dementia, and other health issues. According to the CDC, older adults are at increased risk for loneliness and

Healthy Aging

Ensuring Seniors Eat Healthy

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is an essential part taking care of yourself. People of all ages need to consume the right balance of nutrients, but older people may

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In-Home Care

What Support is Available to Caregivers?

Can people get paid to take care of a family member? There are certain situations where an informal caregiver who is a family member can get paid for their work

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