Four Common Funeral Preplanning Questions

By Kay Walters, Pre-Need Sales Advisor Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult times a family will ever have to face. While nobody enjoys contemplating the end of their own life, planning ahead and facing this issue in advance can spare those left behind significant emotional and financial burdens, as well as

Retirement Living Options

By Sharon Cranston, Retirement Living Counselor Living life independently in a retirement community gives you the opportunity to enjoy the freedom to do the things you want to do, when you want to do them. The choices are yours every day. You will make new friends while continuing to grow and learn through invigorating programs,

Your Brain on Aging and Health

by Patricia Faust, MGS, Gerontologist/Brain Health Specialist The statistics are alarming. 10,000 boomers turn 65 every day and that will continue until 2030. Needless to say the projections of incidence of Alzheimer’s disease are also quickly climbing. It is predicted that by 2050 there will over 15 million people in the United States diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

A Legacy More Precious Than Material Wealth

By Kristine Woodworth, Founder, Power of Stories Academy The first time I heard of what I would later come to know as an ethical will (or legacy letter) was years ago in a news story. A young mother diagnosed with terminal cancer began recording video messages for her children covering every life event and topic