Tips for Long-Term Care Planning After a “Gray Divorce”

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A divorce under any circumstances is never easy. Whether you are young and in love, middle-aged with children or in your golden years and unexpectedly alone, the end of a marriage is in many ways a tragedy. With self-care and the love and compassion of others, however, divorcees can nurture in a new phase of… Read more »

What to Know About ‘Sandwich Generation’ Caregiving in the New Year

  “Sandwich Generation” adults are those who provide caregiving services and financial support to their aging parents and children. The group is getting larger every year due to aging trends and other factors. Unfortunately, the demands of their dual responsibilities are substantial. Many Sandwich Generation adults suffer from depression, financial hardship, and declining health. It… Read more »

Why You Should Plan for the Rising Costs of Long-Term Care in the New Year

  The new year is a time for making resolutions! The focus of these resolutions for many Americans may be on health, fitness, and work-related goals.  For Older Americans, though, these resolutions may be related to retirement, health care needs, and the cost of long-term care. As we age we do not know what our… Read more »