Why Everyone Should Plan for Long-Term CareResearch suggests that most Americans turning age 65 will need some form of assistance with everyday activities, known as long-term care, as they grow older.
3 Ways Seniors Can Control Prescription CostsFor 55 million Americans enrolled in Medicare, the New Year means any new Medicare Advantage or prescription drug plans, or any changes to your existing pl
3 Steps to Protect Yourself from Medicare FraudEvery day, Medicare fraud affects people with Medicare and their families across the U.S. – regardless of background – robbing them of hard-earned money
It’s Time to Learn More About Your Loved OnesWith days of family picnics, vacations and reunions in the rearview mirror, it’s easy to move full steam ahead into the busy fall season and forget to make
Selecting a Plan That’s Right for You During Medicare Open EnrollmentEach year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7 people can make changes to their Medicare coverage options. Medicare’s annual Open Enrollment
Aiding Aging Parents: 4 tips to help overcome new challenges4 tips to help overcome new challengesIt’s not easy getting old, as the saying goes, and it can be even harder to watch your parents age. He
How to Prepare for Life’s InevitabilitiesSpring offers the promise of warmer temperatures, but with spring cleaning, tax season and other responsibilities, it is also a season for planning.One inevita
Engage at Every AgeYou are never too old (or young) to take part in activities that enrich your physical, mental and emotional well-being. No matter your age, there is no better time than now to start
3 Ways Pups Can Improve Seniors\' HealthFurry friends can play a significant role in pet owners’ lives. The old saying goes, “dogs are man’s best friend,” and research shows they may be more than that.
Giving to the Next GenerationFrom self-expression to self-direction, there are countless ways to age out loud. Some of the most rewarding ways for older adults involve passing on experiences, wisdom a