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6 Key Considerations for Your Life Plan Community Decision Process

By Brad Breeding for MyLifeSite

Financially, emotionally, and from a practical perspective, choosing a Life Plan Community is a big decision. Here at myLifeSite, we strive to provide information and create resources that can help seniors make a more informed decision about whether this particular senior living option is right for them, and if so, which Life Plan Community may be a good fit. After all, this is a choice that will impact your quality of life, health, happiness, and wallet for years to come.

To help make the Life Plan Community decision process a little easier and more manageable, we have simplified the sometimes-overwhelming list of deciding factors into six key areas that consumers should evaluate when considering a Life Plan Community.

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Financial Advisors Should Offer Options, Not Opinions, on Senior Living

By Brad Breeding for MyLifeSite

In a former life, prior to founding myLifeSite, I was a financial advisor (FA) for nearly 14 years. Some of the older adults I advised were interested in the benefits of a Life Plan Community—especially the on-site access to a continuum of care services—but there were a variety of factors that made this particular senior living option a bit more complex in terms of the decision and financial planning processes.

Because of this, I began learning as much as I could about the senior living industry and, in particular, about Life Plan Communities. The clients I was working with were happy to have a reliable, unbiased resource they could turn to for guidance and to understand what questions to ask as they worked toward making a decision about how and where they would live as they grew older.

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Welcome New Resident Walter Burnett

Walter Burnett arrived here after a 50-year career in public health, primarily at Tulane and the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, where his work focused on healthcare policy and the management of healthcare organizations. During his 30-year stint at Tulane, Walter worked for a decade, in the aftermath of the breakup of the Soviet Union, on different healthcare system projects in Russia and several former Soviet Union countries, such as Armenia, Hungary, and Lithuania.

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Trustees announce addition of new members, Carol Currotto and Bill Breakey

BY JACKIE MINTZ

At its 39th Annual Meeting in October, the Board of Trustees introduced its slate of officers and new trustees, each of them with significant experience in different aspects of healthcare and healthcare organizations.

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Welcome New Resident George French (Bud) Nixon

The Port of Baltimore is an integral part of Bud Nixon’s life. Since 1921 his family has owned the Rukert Terminal, which is now on 130 acres of waterfront in the Baltimore Harbor. It receives, warehouses, and ships primary goods such as fertilizer, salt for icy roads, and large shipments of a variety of goods. The company employs 200 workers. Bud has been President of the company and retired in 2004. His son, Andy George Nixon, is now Vice President.

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