A one-time assessment that looks at the full picture of a client’s current situation. The assessment identifies areas of concern, areas that are going well and suggestions for resources available that will benefit client. The assessment is required to become a client of Openly Aging.
Why it’s important to plan ahead for post-retirement, and how to avoid last minute decision making about managing major life events.
By talking about aging we will also combat ageism that we see so prevalent in our society.
Despite the fact that aging is inevitable, it’s a conversation that many people choose to avoid at all costs. But today, Allison O’Shea joins us to explain why talking openly about aging is the key to aging gracefully and eliminating ageism.
We discuss how to maintain maximum control over aging by addressing several questions, making informed decisions, and putting plans in place to stay positive and in control.
If you have read the blog on “It’s Never to Early to Intentionally Declutter” then let me introduce you to a category of the aging industry called Senior Move Managers. No better person to explain what this amazing service can provide then a Senior Move Manager herself. Thank you to Jennie Alwood from “Here 2 READ MORE
For many of us aging also means an accumulation of STUFF. Whether our long- term goal is to stay in our home or downsize it is never too early to start intentionally decluttering. My dad used to be visibly appalled when my siblings and I would say we didn’t want my grandmother’s pride and joy READ MORE
As a society we value youthfulness way more than the experience that comes with aging. Unfortunately, this mindset discourages us from having conversations regarding aging, which is direct cause of Ageism. Talking about aging is very important for everyone involved not just the aging loved one. Here are 5 questions you need to ask yourself READ MORE