Mark Wight address how to pre-plan on multiple levels: physical health, emotional health, financial, and legal. This is the second part in his discussion about how to age at home safely and comfortably. These ideal situations do not happen by accident, so we need to plan ahead. Mark shares some of the many resources available to assist in all levels of strategic planning.
Aging at home is the goal of many seniors, especially here in Idaho. Mark Wight explains that the aim to stay in your home can't just be wished into place; it must be strategically planned. Designing your own plan empowers you to extend your time at home and improve your quality of life while aging at home. The default government plan is indifferent to your unique circumstances and preferences. In this two-part series, Mark delves deep into how pre-planning and strategic planning can provide a future that you determine.
From testing out a facility to which questions to ask administrators, learn the best ways to find an assisted living center to call home. Kathleen Little, Chief Experience Officer of the Cottages, joins Mark in offering advice on checking out assisted living for you or your loved ones.
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This week we welcome Dr. Louise Ye-Liew, D.O., to Senior Matters Radio and to the Treasure Valley! Dr. Ye specializes in geriatric medicine and her practice will focus on individuals 65 years old and above. She is dedicated to seeing her patients as a whole and working in partnership with them and their families. Listen to hear more about her approach to senior health!
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