The days and nights and years could be long – if you’re lucky. Here are some tips to make them meaningful, too. When someone retires, three substantial changes take place, said Ken Dychtwald, psychologist, gerontologist and founder and chief executive of Age Wave, a consulting and research company.
Interesting article from WealthManagement.com relating to dementia. Read more here >>
Perry A. Shulman, CPA, Chair, Orion Elder Abuse Committee
New York City is on the move with the appointment of 18 new (additional) Age-friendly NYC Commission members. This was recently announced by the de Blasio Administration in partnership with the New York City Council and the New York Academy of Medicine. The Commission, as a whole, is comprised of noted leaders from government, nonprofit, business, education and health care. Please see link: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dfta/about/pr-De-Blasio-announces-reseating-of-the-age-friendly-NYC-commission.page
NYC continues to identify and implement a number of initiatives to address the challenges older New Yorkers face. NYC also continues to be recognized as leader of the age-friendly movement nationally.
Thanks to Orion Strategic Advisory Board member, Sharon Lewis, for bringing this development to light.
As baby boomers grow older, the volume of unwanted keepsakes and family heirlooms is poised to grow–along with the number of delicate conversations about what to do with them. Read more