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Financial Elder Abuse: What You Need To Know

By Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy Elder abuse can include inflicting physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and also financial harm and can cause tremendous harm and trauma for the victim, impacting them for the rest of their life. Here are some signs to help you tell if an elder is being financially abused.

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Tips on Being A Travelling Nomad in Retirement

Tips on Being A Travelling Nomad in Retirement

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Travel

By Susan Williams Does the idea of travelling the world to visit different and exotic places excite you but you’re just not sure you could afford it? Well that is exactly what Michael and Debbie Campbell from Seattle wondered. And then they actually did it. Not only did they...

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Fun and Inexpensive Things To Do With the Grandkids

By Gary Foreman The memories that you now carry may often include activities that you did with your grandparents. Now wanting to make some memories with your own grandchildren you may wonder what you can do together. Here are some ideas.

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Homeshare: A Possible Win-Win Living Arrangement

By Susan Williams It seems like a simple enough idea. An older person needs help living alone in their home and has some room to spare. Another person needs somewhere to live and has some time to provide support. Could Homeshare be a win-win living arrangement?

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Five Things to Do Before You Retire

By Susan Williams Ahhh – retirement. It is the time in your life when you say goodbye to the daily grind of your 9 to 5 and say hello to what you want to do on your own timeline. If you are actively counting down the days until you...

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Here’s To All The Moms!

Happy Mothers Day!   In celebration of the gift of life and love that mothers around the world give, we wanted to share a few of our favourite quotes and videos that celebrate this very special relationship and bond. “Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.” —Robert Browning “My...

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