Even if you are healthy for most of your life, an unexpected illness or injury can suddenly change your needs. The US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 70% of people turning age 65 can expect to need long-term care.
Our cultures, ethnicities and faiths may differ but End-of-Life is something we will all experience. As part of our eBook series, Passare shares guidance to help you explore and understand how different cultures observe and honor End-of-Life.
Everyone wants to retain control over their decisions as End-of-Life approaches, but it takes good planning and the proper directives. We found a story that interviews a group of elder care attorneys on how to make a comprehensive plan that covers all the bases.
We’d like to share an inspiring story about a group of older Americans who’ve made the most of their retirement years by performing in a unique musical review that was created specifically “by older people, for older people.”
If you were to pass away today, would your loved ones be able to access your online bank accounts? What about your Facebook account? We found a recent story that provides a helpful checklist for getting your digital assets in order.