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A properly designed long term care plan may seem small in the grandeur of financial planning, but its’ absence is very real at the time of an event. An unexpected turn of health can cause consequences that one may never financially recover from. Simply put, as you age, your body may require a variety of care options that come at a cost from an accident or a progressive debilitating illness. As you enjoy life today, the thought of an extended care event is not on most radars but you still need to plan if and/or when that event could occur. [...]

2024-02-12T08:48:35-05:00February 12th, 2024|David Haynes, Insurance|

Coaching for a New Stage

A NEW STAGE OF OPPORTUNITY AND STRENGTH. Creating a fulfilling future can seem difficult. We run into obstacles. We are unsure about how to move ahead. We need guidance and support to create a "new stage of opportunity and strength" that may involve relocating, deciding to retire, finding new creative outlets, volunteering, and planning adventures. This is where a life coach for seniors comes in. [...]

2023-11-08T17:23:09-05:00November 8th, 2023|Dr. Cheryl Greenberg, Planning for the Future|

Tell Them You Love Them

Three words we want to hear are “I love you.” Three words families don’t want to hear are “Long term care.” These are three words that many families learn the hard way when a loved one’s extended care event begins. Long term care is assistance provided because of their inability to perform activities of daily living due to an illness, injury, or progressive, sudden, cognitive impairment such as dementia or Alzheimer’s. [...]

2023-11-08T17:04:20-05:00November 8th, 2023|David Haynes, Insurance|

The Third Act

When Jane Fonda celebrated her 60th birthday, she took stock, seeing her life in three acts. She decided that getting older was not "pathology" or a downward plunge. Getting older, she said, was "potential." Adding years brings "us into wisdom, wholeness, and authenticity." She suggests a life review for a wise Third Act. Today's mature adults want to be active and engaged, exploring and experiencing. [...]

2023-07-24T18:28:50-04:00July 24th, 2023|Dr. Cheryl Greenberg, Planning for the Future|

Advice: What You Say Matters!

I am honored to write a few thoughts about extended care planning each quarter. The objective of my column is to equip you, the reader, to prepare for an unannounced health event leading to a short or long term care event that could potentially have huge consequences to your retirement plan. Sometimes it’s only one reader whose comments make it all worth the effort. [...]

2023-07-24T16:08:34-04:00July 24th, 2023|David Haynes, Insurance|

Three Words Families Want to Hear … “I Love You”

"Long term care" - Three words that can change a family forever. Long term care is not a place. It's an event that can happen to anyone, anytime, and anywhere. Long term care is assistance provided to loved ones because of their inability to perform activities of daily living due to an illness, injury, or progressive, sudden, cognitive impairment such as dementia or Alzheimer’s. [...]

2023-06-04T19:05:26-04:00May 26th, 2023|David Haynes, Insurance|
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