The Tablet is pleased to present this guide for Baby Boomers in partnership with local providers of health care, travel and leisure, legal and financial services. We hope this guide helps your planning for a healthy, prosperous future.
“When I joined Brooklyn Lifelong Learning a year ago, the Actor’s Workshop caught my attention because it was way out of my comfort zone. Well, after immersing myself in acting and improvisation, I am now a more outgoing and self-confident person.
Aging isn’t easy – not for the person who is feeling the effect of their years, or for their family members. As a person begins to age, family members are often called on to help with everyday things that their loved one now finds challenging.
Fidelis Care encourages seniors and their families to compare the different products available to them for 2017 Medicare Advantage coverage before Medicare open enrollment ends on Dec. 7.
(StatePoint) It might not feel like you alone can have an impact on the environment, but over time, small lifestyle changes can make a substantial difference.
You have seen the TV ads with celebrity spokesmen pitching the benefits of a reverse mortgage. Yes, actor Robert Wagner, the “Fonz,” and now Tom Selleck, are urging you to call for information. But did they give you their personal cell phone numbers? Just what is it? Is it really right for you? Who should you talk to?
Many seniors believe they will never qualify for Community Medicaid, which provides health care aides in the home, because they have too much money or too much income. This is a myth!
Calvary is the nation’s only fully accredited acute-care specialty hospital devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients – from all faith traditions – with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.
The law practice of Brady & Marshak, LLP, is focused on the legal issues of middle-class New York residents. Many clients are homeowners and have reasons to protect the value of their homes, and hard-earned savings from the costs and delays of probate, and potential medical care.
(StatePoint) Most Americans want to stay healthy and prevent disease and illness. For many, this means getting regular check-ups and using their health plan benefits. For others, it seems that ignorance is bliss.