Many families today are providing care for an aging loved one. In fact, there are over 60 million unpaid family caregivers in U.S. today and the number will keep rising for a couple of decades. Those older years are a precious time of life for a family, and we want to handle them well. We need information, support, and resources. We may be able to make life a little easier, and postpone transition to a care facility (if we want or need to) with some interim services. Is all this stuff confusing? Yes. Scary? Oh yeah. Hard? For sure. Let’s talk about it.
We have used insurance coverage to protect us: our lives, our health, our homes, our families, our stuff. From that protection we get something very precious to us: peace of mind. But as our circumstances change, we need to take a good look at that protection. Do we need to add to it? Are there some things that don’t need the same type or amount of insurance as before? Let’s talk about getting the right coverage on the right things for the right price.
Your current health status is a direct result of the habits and patterns you have been living the past 50-plus years. So, how are you feeling? Dealing with any health issues that you wish you could get control of? Is it too late to make changes and get better results? And what’s the point of getting older if you don’t have your health? Hear the five Essential Elements of healthy living, and what you can do now to make a difference.
They say everyone wants to live a long life, but no one wants to get old. And who wants to live long if you don’t have your health? The truth is that aging brings on serious health challenges: physical and mental. If you’re over 50, you need to hear our next guest talking about the all-important vascular system. What can you do now to increase your chances of being healthy as you get older?