Solo Seniors - How to Plan for Aging Without a Family Caregiver
Renée Harvey, Esq.
Join attorney Renée Harvey, of Caldwell Law, for a discussion on the “elder orphan”. Research has found that approximately one quarter of Americans 65 years and above are aging alone without a spouse, adult children or relatives to rely on for assistance and company during senior years; the majority of them are women. Experts on geriatrics call these individuals “elder orphans.” Join us for a discussion of the personal and legal considerations involved in aging as a solo senior — and how to begin planning for tomorrow…today!