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The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier

Amara Rose May 24, 2016 2

The Final Frontier: Saying Yes to Death When we’ve discussed the “D” word before, it’s often been in the context of humor. But for one demographic, death, while potentially far from where they are

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Change & Be Happy

Change & Be Happy

Amara Rose May 17, 2016 0

Be Happy with Change Older Americans Month takes place in May: a season of bright beginnings when the country is in bloom. It’s a terrific time for elders to emerge from hibernation into imagine-nation, and

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Transitioning Into Retirement

Transitioning Into Retirement

Amara Rose May 10, 2016 0

8 Ways to Ease the Shift Everybody talks about being retired, but less common is the in-between period when you may no longer be working full-time, yet are not what you might consider “senior”

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Putting Clients First is No Longer a Slogan with Fiduciary Rule

Putting Clients First is No Longer a Slogan with Fiduciary Rule

Shannon Hicks April 30, 2016 1

The Implications for Financial Professionals Warrant a Second Look It’s one of the biggest game-changers for financial professionals: the expanded definition of a fiduciary by the Department of Labor under the ERISA act. The

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Is It Time to Get Help?

Is It Time to Get Help?

Amara Rose April 26, 2016 0

Tools for Family Caregivers As we explored last week, Millennials are at the forefront of easing the aging process for today’s elders, from tech innovations that enhance senior living communities, to apps that facilitate

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Millennial “Retirees”? Not Exactly…

Millennial “Retirees”? Not Exactly…

Amara Rose April 19, 2016 0

But they’re smoothing the way for today’s elders What happens when a Millennial becomes Entrepreneur-in-Residence at a retirement community? He gets the inside scoop on what daily life is really like for people who’ve

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Nature Knows Best

Nature Knows Best

Amara Rose April 12, 2016 4

What we can learn about aging from trees… “If you’re lonely, sit under a willow tree,” says ethnobotanist and medical biochemist Diana Beresford-Kroeger, who then explains, biochemically, why this will help. Equal parts scientist

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Aging in Community: With A Little Help from Our Friends

Aging in Community: With A Little Help from Our Friends

Amara Rose April 5, 2016 0

With a little help from our friends… A year ago we explored some new models for seasoned adult living, beyond assisted living or standard retirement communities. In With A Little Help from Our Friends,

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