We tend to answer based on our body or physical health and usually revolving around our age. But, as this graphic shows, peaking happens throughout our entire life. And good for us that a lot of it happens at 50 or after—arithmetic skills (50), understanding people’s emotions (51), life satisfaction (69 and also 23), vocabulary (71), happiness with your body (74), and psychological well-being (82). This last point is particularly true during the pandemic (see the graphic below).
As Founder and President of Financial Concierge, Jill applies her extensive healthcare and financial planning experience to enable older adults to age in place with dignity and peace of mind.
Nov 11th – A Day for Reflection, Connection and Appreciation. Remembrance Day is important to the Financial Concierge™ team, our clients and their families. Let’s take a moment to reach out to our friends and family on this special day.
Jan RoSe wrote this great article about our company in Calgary Prime Times! It helps explain how Financial Concierge Inc. can provide seniors with peace of mind around management of financial affairs.
Age-associated financial vulnerability increases as you get older and one factor is cognitive decline. Here’s a list of 5 indicators of financial vulnerability to watch out for. If any of these things are happening, seek help.
Aging alone is a challenge many people face. You may be one of them. Find out how a “virtual Board of Directors’ network can help you build a multi-faceted ‘go it alone’ plan.
Check out this CityNews article outlining how a group of 18 prominent health experts in Canada, including the two previous chief public health officers of Canada, are calling on the federal and provincial governments to change their strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic.