We’ve all seen them – senior citizens
who just don’t seem happy. They sit around their apartments
in front of the TV, only shuffling out the door for doctor
appointments or grocery shopping.
It’s hard to think about growing old when you’re rushing
around in the fast-paced bubble of the working years, but there will be a time
when it ends. And if you don’t make plans for yourself, your assets, and your
life, you could end up “drifting” through your retirement (and that could be
about 20 years of drifting) until your kids… or the government eventually
decides what should happen to you and yours.
In this audio with aging and geriatrics expert and author
of A New Wrinkle, Dr. Eric Shapira, you’ll hear the six areas you need to
focus on to make sure you (or someone you love) are ready to grow old the best
way possible – and it’s never too late to do it.
You’ll Also Hear…
Exactly what to do if siblings say they’re going to help take care of Mom or Dad – and then don’t
If you go into an assisted living facility while on Medicare, the government may pay for your care – but they will also take your assets unless you protect them – here’s how to make sure you’re protected
The power of “neurobics” on the mind – fun exercises that go beyond word puzzles to keep your mind sharp well into old age
How to help a parent or loved one make plans for their old-age needs
A quick-start guide to planning for the obstacles that may come up like losing a house, working part time, dealing with feelings of identity loss, dating, money issues – and how to keep your self-esteem up through it all
The all-important documents you need to focus on – for where to go if you can’t stay in your house, how to deal with family members, asset protection, etc.
Retirement can be a wonderful time of reinventing yourself, becoming an entrepreneur, finally finding time to become a mentor or anything else you might want. The trick is in sitting down and deciding for yourself what those things are -- and then developing a flexible plan that works for you. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do it for yourself or someone you love.
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