The Freedom to Age in Place

Posted by Silvernest Team on Apr 30, 2019 1:04:54 PM

The majority of us have put a stake in the ground for anyone who cares to listen. We are going to age in our own homes. We will exercise our freedom to choose to age on our terms and in our own way. The term “Age in Place” shows up everywhere but no one tells us exactly what that means, how we can do this vibrantly, and how this choice affects our health as we move from our 50s to our 60s and our 70s.

Share Your Story Podcast Episode 1: The Silver Wave with Karen Brown

Posted by Silvernest Team on Mar 20, 2019 9:40:15 AM

 

Did you hear? Silvernest has a podcast! Welcome to Share Your Story, a series of conversations with expert guests about issues affecting those over 50: retirement, housing, personal finance, friendships, activities and much more. Join Silvernest CEO Wendi Burkhardt and lifestyle and aging expert Patricia Raskin as they dive into topics that help boomers make smart decisions and live their best lives. Tune in for a non-technical look at these topics that touch us at every stage in life—and have fun and learn something new while you’re at it!

 

Keys for Connected Living

Posted by Sue Ronnenkamp on Dec 18, 2018 11:56:56 AM

 

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The following is an excerpt from a series called "Rethinking Aging" from speaker, writer, and aging specialist, Sue Ronnenkamp. Sue recently facilitated our Community Kickoff Event in Westminster and Arvada, CO, and used this as a handout for the attendees.

Income Power Video: How to Enjoy your Retirement without Stress

Posted by Silvernest Team on Oct 24, 2017 7:34:42 PM

By Jerry Golden

Find Your Income Power: Planning for Retirement Income That Will Last as Long as You Do

Posted by Jerry Golden on Oct 11, 2017 5:13:08 PM

Perhaps your net worth is $500,000 and you justifiably feel successful. At the same time, you probably still worry: When you choose to retire, will you have enough money to last the rest of your life?

 

Silvernesting and the Solo Ager

Posted by Sara Zeff Geber on Sep 12, 2017 7:12:02 AM

When I looked around me at age 60, I noticed many of my friends spending a tremendous number of hours taking care of their aging parents.  The tasks they performed took months and those months often turned into years. They arranged drop-in caregivers, picked up prescriptions, took over management of their finances, helped sell their home, chauffeured them to doctor appointments, and in some cases, moved back into their childhood room in the house where they were raised so they could take on the role of live-in caregiver.  It was quite often a rewarding experience for all.

 

What’s Your Vitality Plan?

Posted by Silvernest Team on Sep 2, 2017 10:07:08 AM

By Kay Van Norman

The SuperAger Generation

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 31, 2017 11:03:21 AM

By Sharon Emek, Founder, President & CEO – WAHVE

Ashton Applewhite Kicks Ageism in the Face

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 25, 2017 10:48:56 AM

By Kari Henley

Can Mentoring Change Aging In America?

Posted by Silvernest Team on Aug 17, 2017 12:23:47 PM

By Jim Emerman