Limited social connections can lead to isolation and loneliness for all of us. However, older people who live alone, have health concerns or experience a loss are especially vulnerable.
Planning for major events in our lives and sharing those plans with our loved ones is important. But sometimes people hesitate to discuss financial issues with family members until a crisis occurs.
Baby boomers are more likely to achieve New Year’s resolutions by making meaningful long-range resolutions for their second act of life.
The holidays are a special time for us to re-connect as families, enjoy each other’s company and reflect on many good memories of the past.
Are you one of the 62,100 individuals in North Dakota providing care to a spouse, relative or friend?