Support for Solo Agers Being a single senior doesn't mean you have to go it alone Almost 20% of baby boomers do not have children and an even larger number, 27% of seniors age at home alone*. Of the 14,000,000 seniors living alone in the U.S., 71% are female*. With around 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 everyday for over the next 15 years*, the growing “solo aging” trend will fuel a transformation in how single seniors access financial, housing, and healthcare decision support. If you are a single senior, you probably have many questions, including … Where can I find the social support systems I need? How should I prepare for the journey? What are my housing options? What are the risks associated with aging alone? Survivors Guide: Financial & Legal Document Organizer Get the eBook Helpful Hints for South Florida Seniors Get the eBook Estate Planning: Passing on Your Values and Valuables Get the eBook Caregiving Planning & Resources Get the eBook We can help you be ready for whatever lies ahead in life’s next chapter Building confidence with support and life-stage coachingOur client experience is designed to not only be a lifelong relationship, but to build a sense of community to those who might otherwise be alone or isolated.Planning strategically to give you options and flexibilityEveryone wants to be in control of their lives regardless of age, and seniors are no exception.From those nearing retirement age to older seniors who may be facing diminished physical and/or mental capacity, revisiting your financial plan at key life transition moments is key to ensuring you have the most options to make the best decisions.We take an in-depth, personalized approach to reviewing and analyzing your overall financial picture, give you objective feedback and advice, and help you make investment decisions that will provide you with the best quality of life.In addition, our team has developed a high level of experience and capability in dealing with elder care issues, including establishing caregiving services, long-term care, working with experts in identifying assisted living facilities, assisting with the physical move to a facility, retro-fitting housing to stay at home, planning for death, and dealing with dementia and other health-related issues.Helping you keep home where your heart isThere’s no place like home—and most everyone wants to remain independently at home for as long as possible.What older adults are able to do and what their homes allow them to do is dependent on remodeling or designing a home using universal design concepts which permit seniors to live in their homes longer, safely, and independently. The four main areas to address are:fall preventionbarrier-free spacesremodelinginstalling smart equipmentWe are happy to provide you with recommendations for certified aging in place experts.If aging in place is not an option, we can assist you with:identifying the most appropriate assisted living facilitiesdownsizing your possessions and selling your current homecoordinating the physical move to a facilityresearching and implementing caregiving or long-term care services* Source: www.census.gov Request a Free Consultation Now Retire Happy: A Simple Guide to Your Next Big Adventure Are you looking forward to retirement? Are you really prepared for what lies ahead? Our free ebook can help you find out. Register today to receive your copy! Address Budgeting After a Divorce Divorce is the second most stressful time in a person's life. Here's some tips to get through it. Learn More Long-Term-Care Needs Determine your potential long-term care needs and how long your current assets might last. Learn More Avoiding Cognitive Decline Try these activities to keep your brain sharp. Learn More Have a Question Name Email Phone Question Thank you! Oops!