Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

In a Heartbeat

You’re working, you’re raising your kids, and your family is just trying to navigate through life. In the back of your mind, you’re thinking, “I really need to check on my parents and see if they have all their ducks in a row.” Do they need long term care insurance? Is there a Power of...
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Ask The Experts — Big Success!

If you missed our Ask the Experts event on August 3, then, well, you missed our Ask the Experts event! Sessions were PACKED with information from highly knowledgeable experts in the fields of Medicare & Supplemental Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, VA Benefits, and Essential Oils & Wellness Solutions. A quick break for lunch and we were back at it again.

“Wow, what a day. I’m so glad I came! Can we do this again? SOON?!”

Jane Lehto, MRR Medical Reimbursement Resource; Liebe Ostro Miller, Ostrow Financial Group; Ruth-Ann Toups, The Hilbun Law Firm; Kim Tweedel, Advocates for the Independent; and Dorothy Gurka, Young Living presented an informative program that had everyone focused and impressed. A Q&A session followed each segment and was restricted only by time. Pity we had to stay on schedule!
Ask The Experts!

It’s a complicated world out there these days, especially in the areas of insurance, benefits and health. Washington has been more productive than we think and it takes heavy expertise to keep up with many of the changes happening right now. Think you know about all the Seniors issues? Well, you’d be surprised how much help the experts can be. We’re proud to be among such amazing resources and appreciate their involvement in our event. Thanks, everybody!

Stress Check!

I wish I’d known then what I know now. When Alzheimer’s entered my world in the early 2000s, resources for help and information were scarce. (Maybe we just didn’t know where to look?) We Googled “Stages of Alzheimer’s,” so we sort of knew what was coming but never knew specifically how bad it would get....
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Prepare for the inevitable

My father loved being a dad. My brother says he became a teacher so he would have the same holidays as us kids. He taught us to play 42 (dominoes) and Pinochle before we even started elementary school. Once we were teenagers, he taught all our friends to play tennis; weekends and summers were filled...
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