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Thirty-somethings and forty-somethings, I’m here to tell you: it will
happen, it will surprise you, you will be upset. No matter how much you
think you’re ready, you’re not. Don’t kid yourself that you are. I’m
not trying to be Debby Downer. Be assured there are things you (or you
and your sibs) can do now:
And finally for you: Buy a long-term care insurance
policy NOW. My parents had no such option when they were our age as
this insurance is relatively new. Any policy they could buy now wouldn’t
be worth it due to their age and premium cost. Before I turned 41, I
purchased a policy that’s $656 a year and covers me for $675,000 of
care. DO IT!
all the illegal and illicit enterprises in the world, elder
exploitation is among the safest and most profitable. It's a criminal's
dream..." - from the DVD
Financial elder abuse can happen to anyone...anywhere...anytime.
These facts lay the groundwork for this riveting film as it exposes the
global problem of financial elder abuse and its growing impact on a
rapidly-aging population. It identifies why many older adults become
vulnerable, tactics perpetrators use to gain trust, and what families
and professionals can do to help protect loved ones and older adults in
their care from financial abuse.
It also documents two hard-to-forget stories of exploitation:
Producer Pamela S. K. Glasner
shares how her parents' life savings were embezzled by a man who
insinuated himself into their lives, and her attempts to set things
Hollywood icon, Mickey Rooney, tells how he lost millions of dollars through a trusted family member.
resource for seniors, baby boomers, their adult children, caregivers
and service providers in all disciplines and walks of life.
This is a Single-site license item - each organization/location must purchase its own copy.
Many genetic and environmental risks lead to contracting Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases, but early recognition and natural preventative measures have been shown to delay and even halt their progression.