It’s no secret that choosing to eat healthy can—along with just generally making you feel better— help to prolong your life. Many seniors suffer from malnutrition, due to many different factors, from health to income. To make sure you age well and stay active, independent, and happy, here are five easy ways you can make sure you eat healthy. Continue reading
About One in ten people in the United States, age 65 and older, currently has Alzheimer’s or dementia. Changes in the brain due to dementia can start to happen many years before any sort of cognitive symptoms start to appear. Recent research suggests that we may be able to easily detect dementia in people years before symptoms have started to show by using simple and common eye and smell tests. Continue reading
My father’s hospice experience was brief. Less than four days passed between the afternoon he entered the facility and the morning he drew his last breath. In that short time, I learned much about this extraordinary world. Continue reading
About half of Americans over 60 have completed some form of advance directives. Continue reading
What Do You Own?
John and Helen have been thinking about updating their estate plan. They called and made an appointment with Paul Plant at Harwell & Plant. John and Helen updated Paul on their current family situation. They have three children who are now on their own and successfully pursuing careers. After listening to the short update on the three children, Paul turned to a review of John’s and Helen’s property. Continue reading