Welcome to AgingOptions

A holistic elder care company helping families plan for, pay for, and coordinate the long-term care of elderly loved ones.

Our services are geared towards retirees and those thinking about retirement and concerned about:

  • Losing independence & having to move to a nursing home.
  • Losing your assets to uncovered medical or long term care costs.
  • Becoming a burden on your loved ones.

AgingOptions Preferred Partners

Preferred Partner

The AgingOptions Preferred Partner Program is a localized network of professionals in the areas  of health, housing, finance and legal who are dedicated to the AgingOptions philosophy of providing an integrated approach to aging.

As a part of their training, our partners have made a commitment to providing services that recognizes the multi-disciplinary aspect of retirement planning.

What’s New

Ask a Lawyer

Dear Rajiv, I currently have a Regence MedAdvantage policy that I began when I turned 65. My Medicare card shows a start date of 1-1-2013; thus I am outside of the one year period for new enrollees that would allow me to just switch to any plan I chose. I am currently considering changing my…

Legal documents and actions that can help you avoid becoming a burden on your family

The Detroit News ran an end-of-life article last Sunday.   Pamela Yip, who wrote the article, provided some guidelines for adult children about what their responsibilities might entail.  I thought it was interesting because she made a point about having the right to refuse to take on the responsibility of being a parent’s health care proxy.  …

8 steps to building a more social retirement

Few Americans are financially prepared to retire but if you are one of the lucky ones don’t pat yourself on the back yet. That’s because you still have one more step.  An article in USA Today says that retirement isn’t just about the money, it’s also about your social activities.  I’ve written before about how…

How to know if you’ve hired a good financial advisor

A good financial advisor may mean the difference between a good retirement and something…less. Here are some tips for deciding whether the financial advisor you’ve picked is a good choice. He or she talks equally well with both spouses.  Women control the majority of American household income, but the cultural expectation is that investment choices…

Jimmo denied Medicare coverage despite settlement bearing her name, finally receives coverage

If the name Glenda Jimmo rings a bell for you, give yourself a pat on the back.  In 2011, Jimmo went to court seeking help from the government in paying for her care.  At issue was the need for Jimmo to receive physical therapy and other care.  Jimmo, who is legally blind needed a partial…

10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Estimates vary, but experts suggest that as many as 5 million Americans 65 and older suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Because the population of Americans over the age of 65 is growing, the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s is expected to grow over the next 20 years unless we either find a cure or effective preventions. …

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Having the conversation-living will and advanced directives

Do you ever wonder how a conversation might look if you were to talk to your parents (or your children) about a living will or advanced directive.  Here’s a TED Talk about one way that conversation could go.  The TED Talk references this video.