New England Young at Heart Blog


Griswold Blog December 2018

Moving to a new home can be stressful. It’s often a time of uncertainty, with losses of familiarity and parting with friends. Elderly parents who are moved can endure even greater stress. Moving them in the wrong way may even have a traumatic effect...

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A Place For Mom Blog - December2018

The image of a senior being shuffled from one activity to another or, worse, told what social functions to attend, is a thing of the past. Today’s seniors are forming their own associations...

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Alzheimer’s Association Blog December2018

Time to think about tax deductions...

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Holli's House Tips December 2018

Will your first offer be your best offer? More often than not, yes! So what's the problem?

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Holli's House Tips October2018

If you are serious about selling your home, you will eventually need to pack all of your personal belongings so get a head start.

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A Place For Mom Blog - October 2018

You and your doctor will work in partnership to achieve your best possible level of health. An important part of this relationship is good communication.

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Griswold Blog October 2018

Here are some of the best adaptive devices for elderly adults:

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Holli's House Tips September 2018

Prior to placing your home on the market for sale, ask yourself a few questions:

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Tax Advisors Blog - September 2018

Although the elderly are definitely concerned about the need for planning for these issues, it is not often a priority. It is human nature not to worry about an event until it happens.

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Griffin Blog September 2018

End-of-life care is something we should all think about, and while the majority of people think it’s important to discuss, only 27% of us actually start the conversation.

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