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What I do, and how I work

Retirement from work and the “empty nest” phase bring their own challenges, unique to the transition from middle age to older adulthood. In our 60s, 70s, and beyond, most of us will find ourselves managing changes in many aspects of life, including…

  • Housing
  • Wellness & health care
  • Transportation
  • Connections to friends, family, and community
  • Faith, belief, and spiritual practice
  • Children, partners, parents, dependents, pets, and other loved ones
  • Hobbies, passions, and other activities that make our lives rich and fulfilling
  • Getting help with specific tasks, or perhaps day to day

Everyone grows older only once, and each of us for the first time! Like teenagers moving from youth to adulthood, most older adults find the gradual transition from middle age at times frustrating, confusing, or overwhelming.

Perhaps you and your loved ones just need information or answers to a few key questions. Or it may be that you could use more comprehensive support—more than a phone call could cover. No matter what kinds or amount of support you need, please get in touch if you think I might be able to help.

There’s never a charge for our initial phone conversation, and afterwards, I hope you’ll have a clearer picture of the road ahead. Everyone’s path is different. Only you and your family know what might (and what might not!) work for you. In short, my approach is…

to get to know who you are
and who you’d like to be;
to meet you where you are;
to advise you in making the most of what you have; and
to help you live life on your own terms.

I look forward to helping you plan your journey!