Monthly Archives: January 2017

By RetirementJobs.com Staff Writers | 1.19.2017 3 Must-Follow Rules When Job Hunting After 50 Job hunting can be discouraging, especially when you’re over 50. There’s competition with a large pool of highly qualified younger candidates, gaps in desired skill sets,...
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AARP Bulletin, January/February 2017 Issue  Download and Share Our Medicare Special Report MEDICARE WORKS WONDERS for millions of American families, providing affordable access to today’s most advanced health care. Poll after poll invariably confirms its popularity. But will Medicare continue...
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The Trump Administration and congressional Republicans seem to be moving full speed towards capping federal payments for Medicaid. But they may be missing a key piece of the story: Two-thirds of the program’s dollars go to the frail elderly and...
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Check out the NWCCOG & Alpine Area Agency on Aging’s Executive Summary of the Senior Gap Analysis! Region 12 Senior Gap Analysis Executive Summary...
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WORKSHEET 1 Concerns At each visit your doctor will likely ask about your concerns. It’s a good idea to think about what you’d like to talk about before the actual visit. This form can help you organize your thoughts. Make...
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Myths about grief: * Time heals all wounds * Replace the loss * Grieve alone * Be strong for others * Burying your feelings Your feelings are normal and natural. The problem is that we have been socialized to believe that...
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The stereotypical image of life in the Colorado high country does not include much in the way of grey hair and liver spots. This is a place dominated by the image of free-spirited youth and youthful pursuits. But, like most...
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America is headed for a retirement crisis. As the baby boomers clock out for good, many will find themselves unable to pay for their golden years. The reduction of Social Security benefits (via the increase in the retirement age), the...
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Think about the people in your life who are 65 or older. Some of them are experiencing the usual mental difficulties of old age, like forgetfulness or a dwindling attention span. Yet others somehow manage to remain mentally sharp. My...
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Are you a Grandparent raising a grandchild(ren)? If so, you may be eligible for a weekend of respite March 24-26, 2017.  ...
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