financial affairs

Aging in Place

October 21st  @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

South Health Campus

4448 Front St SE

Wellness Class Room 180006  

Call 403-243-9901 to register as space is limited

“Aging in Place” means having access to various services and the health and social supports you need to live safely and independently in your home for as long as you wish or are able. Aging well involves being honest with yourself and having a plan. Most Canadians want to remain in their own homes for as long as possible.

This workshop is designed to get you thinking about all 9 areas of life to consider when Aging in Place. Start to draft a plan to age well.

Register thru Eventbrite www.eventbrite.com/e/aging-in-place-tickets-63259867968

Or call Jill Chambers with Aging in Place Supports at 403 472 6445.

Aging In Place

“Aging in Place” means having access to various services and the health and social supports you need to live safely and independently in your home for as long as you wish or are able. Aging well involves being honest with yourself and having a plan. Most Canadians want to remain in their own homes for as long as possible.

This workshop is designed to get you thinking about all 9 areas of life to consider when Aging in Place. Start to draft a plan to age well.

This workshop works for individuals planning their own futures, or family members wanting to be proactive with their loved ones. Spaces are limited to 25, register today to secure your seat!

Prevent Elder Fraud by Getting Rid of Junk Mail

Thieving fraudsters are making a business of taking advantage of older adults. Almost 4 in 10 seniors are affected, losing over $3.6 billion each year.

And this isn’t only happening to the very old or those with Alzheimer’s or dementia – younger, more educated seniors are actually losing more money.

Did you know that the amount of junk mail your older adult receives is a sign of their fraud risk?

Getting rid of junk mail might seem like a lot of work, but it’s well worth it if it protects your older adult from losing their life savings to fraud.

  • Shred those pre-approved credit card applications

Putting a stop to the junk mail being sent to your older adult’s house is essential for reducing their fraud risk.

  • Have sign on the mailbox “No junk mail or flyers”.
  • If mail delivered to a superbox or bank of mailboxes in a building, have the postal carrier put a sticker in your slot indicating “No junk mail or flyers”.

It also reduces the risk that someone with early dementia would repeatedly donate to multiple charities, sign up for many credit cards, or spend an excessive amount on catalog purchases.

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