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Those of you who read this column regularly know that I’m a big believer in planning ahead. I advocate creating a Family Transition Plan that organizes all of your affairs in an “owner’s manual” to make it easy for your loved ones to carry on when you can no longer do so for yourself. Recently,...
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So, the day you’ve been dreading has come. You have concluded that you simply can’t live in your home a moment longer. If you are like many older adults, you’ve avoided confronting this reality and don’t want to think about moving into a “facility.” I’m happy to report that there are many wonderful options for...
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Visiting your aging parents over this holiday season provides a wonderful opportunity to create memories and to take a good look at how they are doing. Make sure you take advantage of this time to do both, especially if you live at a distance and don’t get to see them often. Perhaps the most important...
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As always, The New York Times’ New Old Age blog posts a very interesting article, “With Friends Aplenty, Many Widows Choose Singlehood”. And, as always, the comments are even more interesting than the post itself! While this post targets a discussion of aging, it raises questions that go much deeper about gender differences. According to...
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