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Navigating Elder Care
As we enter our later years, most of us face a great deal of uncertainty. Have we saved enough money for retirement? Will we be able to stay in our homes? What medical issues will we face? What kind of care will we need – and at what cost?
Navigating these challenges can be tricky and confusing. There are many resources available for seniors to address these issues. But there are also plenty of malicious individuals and disreputable companies who try to take advantage of the elderly.
In this section, you’ll find resources that can help you or your loved one to manage elder care and retirement more easily. You’ll find an overview of the types of care available to seniors as well as a host of resources for managing money, healthcare, and other concerns common to the golden years. You’ll also discover information about ways seniors can protect themselves from fraud and scams.
From senior centers to in-home care and assisted living, there are many kinds of care available to seniors. Find out which type of care is best for you or your loved one.
Identity theft is a growing concern for seniors. Learn how to protect yourself and your finances, and get tips on what to do if your identity is stolen.
Seniors are a focused target for frauds and scammers. Here are some tips on avoiding becoming a victim of fraud and verifying that all of your transactions are legitimate.
When we’re kids, it seems like our parents will always be there for us. But the reality is that as our parents age, we often need to step up and take care of them. Thus began the sandwich generation, a generation that has found itself taking care of both its parents and its children.
There are many aging seniors who are completely self-sufficient and do not need any interference from their children or families. But there are also many seniors who haven’t planned for what may happen until it’s too late. In cases like this, it’s up to you to step up and help your parents find the right solution for their changing lives.