The Solo and Smart Master Group Coaching will help participants to create a secure, connected, and supportive life as one approaches mid-life. It requires planning for the top concerns that put you at risk. Those include: Health, social connections, reliable support, finding purpose, and living in a place where it's safe and encourages independence. If you want to be confident in your mid-life and to avoid uncertainty and doubt, it behooves you to identify, assess, and plan for the potential obstacles that could get in the way of enjoying life down the road. My guided action steps give participants the know-how and confidence to create a life worth enjoying. The tools given in the class will equip participants; widowed, single or divorced, to tackle tough issues like finding a health care proxy, forming a personal care support team, gain self-reliance, and other issues when they live apart from family members or have none at all. If you resonate with the question, "Who will take care of me when I'm old," then you've landed in the right place.
Let's get clear on the basic concerns | Get organized | Lay the groundwork Here's where to start: Legal documents Business related contacts Home and other deeds Financial information Budgeting to make sure our money outlasts us End of life concerns Learn how to keep all the vital information...
We'll ask our questions about getting and staying organized, updating information, and share our tips and the things we've learned about laying the foundation for planning the future.
Teaches Guide To Aging Solo
A former family caregiver, Carol has worked for more than fifteen years in senior care as a writer, editor, researcher, advocate, advisor, speaker, and marketer. A thought leader on the "hidden" group known as solo agers, the adults growing older without family members or designated surrogates available....
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