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It’s Not About You!

It’s Not About You!

Amara Rose February 4, 2014 14

Children who become caregivers for their aging parents often find themselves facing behavioral changes. Sometimes seemingly overnight, or perhaps occurring more gradually, their once calm, loving parent becomes blunt, even mean — or possibly

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Speak, Memory

Speak, Memory

Amara Rose December 3, 2013 4

Memory is a powerful pathway into deep sourcing; manifesting has to do with public accountability, and, once we embody (live) what we are creating, sustaining it is an ongoing process of learning and personal

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Manifesting Their Purpose as an Elder

Manifesting Their Purpose as an Elder

Amara Rose November 12, 2013 19

Reverse Mortgages Helping Seniors Maintain Their Vitality  Ellie Drake, a physician and the founder of BraveHeartWomen.com suggests older adults “Forget your age, be the sage!” She’s been meeting many women in their 50s, 60s and

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Difficult Decisions

Difficult Decisions

Amara Rose October 22, 2013 6

HECMs can be financial lifesavers for seniors who want to age in place. But what if an individual or couple’s ability to age in place changes over time? Children or other significant relatives who

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Visiting the Hippocampus

Visiting the Hippocampus

Amara Rose October 1, 2013 4

The hippocampus (which isn't remotely related to a hippopotamus) is the part of the cerebral cortex that has to do with memory.

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Planning for Transition

Planning for Transition

Amara Rose September 24, 2013 3

Your reverse mortgage clients and prospects have made many transitions throughout their lives, and chances are, most of them were well thought out and planned in advance

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A Clear Solution Already Exists

A Clear Solution Already Exists

Shannon Hicks August 12, 2013 3

When it comes to those seeking to solve the issue of senior’s aging in place perhaps on quote should be mentioned. “Sometimes we stare so long at the wrong things, we miss out on

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Finishing Well / Part 2: Good to the Last Drop

Finishing Well / Part 2: Good to the Last Drop

Amara Rose June 11, 2013 4

Elders are described as "wisdom keepers who have an ongoing responsibility for maintaining society's well-being and safeguarding…" A look at what your clients really have to offer in the later years

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