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By 2030, 1 in 5 Americans will be retirement age.

Is your family ready? If you’ve ever felt the slightest pull that you should start preparing for the future of aging, we’ve got your back.

To get started, join our free group The Silver Lining or learn about The Playbook for Aging Parents.


Kelli Bradley

In my thirties, I was focused on my career, traveling, recently married, and beginning what I thought would be the rest of my life. But when my mom was first diagnosed with diabetes, all of that changed…

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The biggest mistake I see people make when taking care of their parents is waiting too long to get help, but how do you even know when you should get help or even where to start? I have put together a free guide to help you take the first step in the process! Fill out the form below and it will be sent straight to your inbox.







Caregiving is not a linear experience so we offer options to suit your family’s needs.

Work with a senior care professional one on one to help find guidance and clarity for your family situation.

Find help at your own pace. Check out our course The Playbook for Aging Parents for a full breakdown of how to navigate the future.

Join our free Facebook group, The Silver Lining, for weekly live videos on all things senior care.

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– Julie

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You don’t have to look far to see the beauty in mother nature. There is so much to be thankful for! ...

Are you a caregiver and finding yourself feeling overwhelmed and exhausted?

Peek at today's blog post for uplifting insights and support! Link in the bio

Creating a calm and welcoming #home can begin with appealing to your sense of smell, especially around the holidays!

A great way is to simmer your favorite scents on the cooktop. I add water, bring it to a boil, and uncover it to simmer. I love to use clove, apple, orange, or any citrus in the frig.

All you have to do now is enjoy the aroma floating through your home.

Have a great #Sunday!

November is National Family #Caregivers Month!

As we celebrate all those people caring for someone else, please be kind to yourself. Life is one step at a time.

Rosalynn Carter said it first and she said it best: "There are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers."

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people 65 or over, certain younger people with disabilities, or someone diagnosed with end-stage renal disease.

Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period. From October 15 – December 7 each year, you can join, switch, or drop a plan. Your coverage will begin on January 1 (as long as the plan gets your request by December 7).

Medicare is broken down into four parts:

Part A: Hospital

Part A covers hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing facility, hospice, and home health care.

Part B: Doctor’s Care

Part B covers some doctor’s services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.

Part D: Prescription Drugs

Part D adds prescription drug coverage to the following:
Original Medicare
Some Medicare Cost Plans
Some Medicare Private-Fee-for-Service Plans
Medicare Medical Savings Account Plans

Part C: Medicare Advantage

Part C is an alternative to the original Medicare. By selecting this, you are bundling plans A, B, and D. You will still have Medicare, but most of your services will be paid by your Medicare Advantage policy. These plans are offered by insurance and other private companies approved by Medicare.

According to AARP, these are the top Medicare Mistakes.

Missing the enrollment window
Not knowing when the sign-up occurs
Misunderstanding your job’s insurance
Ignoring late enrollment penalties
Not thoroughly weighing your options
Delaying a Medigap buy
Not understanding your out-of-pocket costs
Picking a plan that doesn’t have your doctors
Taking a drug plan that doesn’t meet your needs
Assuming you can’t afford Medicare

There are over 3000 Medicare Advantage programs. Consult an independent insurance agent when evaluating Medicare options to ensure you are making the best selection for your family.

Do you enjoy getting some fresh air?

The benefits of walking over forty-five are too numerous to count. These benefits include reducing weight, lowering blood pressure, and building strength.

Did you know that hip fractures could be reduced by half for those over forty-five by adding walking into their daily routine?

The Better Health Channel has a great article on walking for older adults.