Category Archives: Newsletter

Returning to Work After Medicare Enrollment

Thanks to the type of work I do, I am often asked questions about Medicare during the course of casual conversation. I always hesitate to reply, since given all the nuances and situation-specific considerations, there is no single answer that applies across the board. So, I often start my response with, “It depends. ”Nowhere is… Read on…

A Life Well Lived

I was introduced to Rosalie in April 2009 as she was about to embark on her first total knee replacement. Her children recognized that living alone and scheduling a major orthopedic procedure at the age of 86 required forethought and outside support. In April 2022, Rosalie passed. Over our 13 years together, we managed… Read on…

Planning for Alternative Living Arrangements

As we age, at some point in our lives, we may experience a downward progression; it could be physical, cognitive, or some combination. And while each individual’s experience will vary, there are some consistent patterns. For some of us, the change in type and degree of care required will also require a transition to an… Read on…