Open Enrollment: It’s Open Season for Medicare Scam Artists, so Beware – They’re After Your Data and Your Money

By now you would have to be living on another planet not to know that Medicare open enrollment is winding down. This year’s open enrollment ends on December 7th, so the clock is ticking for you to enroll in Medicare, Medigap or Medicare Advantage plans, or to review the coverage you already have. Unfortunately, according…

“A Retirement Community That Comes to You” – New York Times Article Spotlights a New Twist on an Old Idea in Senior Living

Seniors planning for their housing needs have traditionally had a fairly limited set of choices. They could age in place, remaining at home, which is the preferred route of the vast majority of aging adults. They could move in with family or with friends. Or they could choose to live in a retirement community, surrounded…

Caregiving and Marriage: When a Spouse is Also a Caregiver, the Marriage Can Be Shaken to Its Roots

Serving as a caregiver for someone you love is one of the hardest things any of us will ever do. But when the caregiver is also the spouse, the experience is particularly devastating. This article just published by Kaiser Health News, written by columnist Judith Graham, shines a revealing spotlight on the pain of caring…