Blog - Secure Aging

2021 Money Tips Older Adults Should Make Right Now

As 2021 gets underway, it’s a perfect time to take a look at your financial situation and evaluate what changes to make. Here are a few money and savings tips to help you or your senior loved one in 2021 and beyond. 1. Re-evaluate your plans with social security. Social security can get pretty complex,…
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Here’s Technology That Can Improve Everyday Life for Older Adults

Technology—some days, it makes your life easier. Other days, it seems to create more problems than it’s worth. That said, there are some types of technology that can help the lives of older adults in your life. Here are a few devices you could consider for older loved ones that should simplify some parts of…
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4 Tips for Caregiving for a Loved One With Cancer

Caring for an older loved one with cancer is not an easy task. However, it’s something that you likely feel is important for you to do, even with its emotional and logistical challenges. To help make caregiving for a loved one with cancer a little easier, here are a few tips: 1. Learn all that…
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Secure Aging Staff Spotlight: Office Manager Kathy Zionkowski

When you call Secure Aging, the friendly, reassuring voice you hear on the line is Kathy Zionkowski, our office manager.  Kathy, a native of Philadelphia, has been part of the Secure Aging team for more than seven years. She helps to keep everything (and everyone) running smoothly by answering phones, going through clients’ mail, and…
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Make Sure to Avoid These Scams This Holiday Season

The holiday season can be a joyous time to connect with loved ones, attend religious services (virtually or online), and exchange gifts. Unfortunately, it also can be a time when we’re left more vulnerable to financial scams. Although seniors aren’t the only ones who may fall for financial scams, they definitely are more vulnerable than…
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