More than 1 in 10 Americans provide unpaid care for a child or another adult*, an act of service with broad impacts on the caregiver’s own well-being.
Sherri Snelling: Care for the Caregiver – Insights for Clients and Ourselves
Caregiving is an issue touching more lives today than you may realize. Today, an estimated 65 million Americans are in a caregiving role, and by 2030, there will be more people over the age of 65 than children under the age of five, creating an even greater need now to prepare for the future. Author and CEO Sherri Snelling joins host Bill Coppel – Managing Director and Chief Client Growth...
This theory can also be applied to financial planning beginning with the physiological survival needs including breathing, food, water, shelter, sleep and sex (which are still essential into your 80s and beyond) ultimately reaching the top of the pyramid of self-actualization that includes morality, creativity, spontaneity, discovery and contribution.
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Health and wealth are interconnected, yet many delay health-care planning until later in life. Heywood Sloane works at the center of health care and financial services, and st...Link to content
*Source: Caregiving in the U.S., National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, 2015.