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.
In this article, we highlight a change in the eligibility criteria for Coverage for Seniors by the Government of Alberta. Also, we share a story about financial mistreatment of our elders and how we can help with money management services.
We tend to answer this question based on our body or physical health and it usually revolves around our age. But there is so much more to it. Check out this amazing graph showing the Ages We Peak for multiple areas of our lives.
Experts urge training, support and rest for aging caregivers as seniors caring for seniors in retirement becomes increasingly common. As people live longer, caregivers can expect to spend years caring for a spouse or even a parent. And older caregivers, many in their seventies or eighties themselves, often grapple with special challenges…
When you find out someone has been diagnosed with Dementia, it can be a little awkward at first. Here are some practical tips so you feel more comfortable about the whole thing.
For aging seniors, staying on top of financial affairs becomes increasingly challenging. Tasks include diligently reviewing your accounts for errors and checking for honest mistakes, logging into online banking and accounts, and remembering to keep everything current. Learn more about seniors’ financial vulnerabilities here.