Newsletter Maturity Matters
The Age Wave Is Upon Us
In the history of the world, two-thirds of all people who have lived past the age of 65 are alive today!
With my special dedication to managing retirement and pre-retirement portfolios and providing comprehesive retirement planning, I completed (2009) a program offered by Age-Friendly Business®, and have successfully earned the designation of Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA)®.
This course was unique in that it addressed the health, social, and financial aspects of aging, especially for Boomers and Seniors. It covered over 24 different topics ranging from Retirement, Chronic Illness, Housing, Alzheimer Disease, Ethnocultural considerations of aging, Senior Nutrition and Fitness, Caregiving and Long-term Care, Canada’s Health Care System, Estate Planning, End of Life Planning, Canada’s Income Security Programs and so much more.
Maturity Matters Newsletter
Every month we post our Newsletter which includes a contributed "Feature Article" and other sections called, Ask The Expert, Heart Healthy Recipes, Joke Or Quote Of The Month, Did You Know, and Seniors Tip.
The May newsletter discusses how travel for retirees may be good for their health. There is also an articles on ways for the retired to get better sleep and a seniors tip related to gardening. To learn more about other retirement and retirement planning issues visit the other areas of our retirement education centre.
The April newsletter discusses in its feature article effective ways of communicating with healthcare providers. The newsletter also includes mini articles on identifiying a stroke, a recipe for mushroom chowder, and a seniors tip about health and holidays. To learn more about the financial aspects of retirement and pre-retirement planning visit our section called "Retirement Education Center".
The March newsletter includes articles on caregiving from a distance and a Seniors tip on air travel. To learn more about planning for retirement visit the other sections of our website which focuses on the financial aspects of retirement.
The February newsletter includes articles on the new definitions of retirement, living life to the fullest, and how the Canadian population in aging. This affects everyone's retirement because of the stresses affecting our national resources for different periods of time in our history. What will your retirement and that of the next generation?