23
Aug

Estate Planning 101: How to Protect Your Assets and Provide for Your Family

After working hard and saving smart for decades, the last thing you want is someone telling you what to do with your money—even after you pass away. If you don’t have a will in place, or if you have one but haven’t updated it since your firstborn was in diapers, control of your assets can land in…
23
Aug

Five Questions Every Senior Should Ask When Planning for Retirement

If you’re a baby boomer and starting to look toward your retirement, the view is much different than it was for your parents. The dream of retiring at age 65, benefiting from Social Security and relaxing through your golden years after decades of hard work is no longer a reality for many seniors. The reasons for the…
23
Aug

Helping Seniors Ease Their Anxiety in Our New Normal

We’ve all been a little on edge lately. Between COVID-19, a heated political landscape and an economic downturn, we’ve turned to friendships and self-care to cope with the unknown and settle those butterflies we feel every time we turn on the TV. For older adults who are both homebound and socially isolated due to the continued risk…
23
Aug

Is an Independent Living Facility Right for Me? Four Questions Every Senior Should Ask

Most seniors want to stay in the home they love for as long as possible. However, as you grow older and face mobility issues, maintaining your house—or even navigating around it comfortably—can become extremely difficult. By making the move to a senior living community in St. Louis or St. Charles, you can hold on to your independence…
23
Aug

Smartphone Tips for Seniors: How to Help Your Loved One Embrace Today’s Technology

Navigating a new smartphone can be tricky for even the savviest of tech lovers. For seniors who haven’t used a computer in years or whose calls have been limited to a flip phone for the past decade, the learning curve can often feel too steep to handle. Getting over that fear, however, can set a senior on…
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