What the Holidays might mean to you

The holidays can feel like they’re all about buying gifts, baking desserts, and decorating the house--and sure those are all elements--beyond all of the stuff, the holidays are about reconnecting to beliefs, to gratitude, and to our loved ones. For … Read More

How to Take a Vacation When You’re a Caregiver

Being a caregiver is often a full-time job. In fact, for many caregivers, the responsibilities associated with looking after a loved one go far beyond those expected in a traditional 9-5 job, as the hours are often never-ending and they’re … Read More

5 Tax Planning Tips for Retirees

Just before Christmas 2017, President Trump signed a new tax law that will change the federal tax code significantly for the first time in three decades. All U.S. citizens will be affected by the new tax law, including retirees. Knowing … Read More

Preventing Slips and Falls

Falls are among the biggest risks that seniors face in their daily lives. In fact, the National Council on Aging reports that falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries for American senior citizens, and one in four Americans … Read More

5 Warning Signs Your Parent May Need Help at Home

Family roles change over time, especially among parents and children. For some families, these changes happen rapidly due to disease and illness, while others may experience subtle changes over the course of several years. The sooner you recognize these changes … Read More