Have Fun While Aging!!
May 1st, 2016

Pleasure, fun, entertainment, sports, enjoyment, and hobbies might come to mind when you think of recreation. Recreation can be anything you want it to be. It is solely based on the individual. A variety of programs and activities can be made available to cater to the recreational and leisure needs of various populations, from children to seniors. Recreation plays a vital role in maintaining health, in recovery and post recovery…. Read more

5 Myths about Wills and Powers of Attorney
April 3rd, 2016

A will is probably the most important document you can and will ever sign. It is a snapshot of your assets, your debts and your wishes for the distribution of your estate when you are no longer around to explain them. Similarly, Powers of Attorney are important because they can outline the decisions that a substitute decision maker, or ‘attorney’, can make on your behalf if you are unable to do so yourself. This article will touch on the 5 myths about Wills and Powers of Attorney, and why it is so important to have them properly drafted. … Read more

Living “at Risk”: It’s My Right !
March 6th, 2016

  Today we wanted to touch on a topic that is quite sensitive to many : The right to live at risk! Now you may ask, why would anyone want to choose to live at risk? Before you pass judgement let’s explore the matter a bit more closely.1  Let’s explore a common scenario: You or […]… Read more

Plan Well, Live Well, Retire Well: Why Pre- and Post-Retirement Seniors Should Have a Financial Plan
February 1st, 2016

Today’s article will focus on the importance of financial planning and the impact it can have on your life and lifestyle post-retirement. There are five topics that will be touched on and are strongly advised for anyone who is in or getting ready to enter into retirement. One should take these issues into consideration and speak to a professional about what you can do to prepare yourself and family for post-retiremen… Read more

January 13th, 2016

I’M STILL HERE! These are the sentiments of many of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia. These words express their feelings of being treated differently,  being talked about  instead of  being talked to,  and even  being ignored all together. Well for the record, they want us all to know…. that they are STILL HERE! Take a […]… Read more

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