Date(s) - 02/08/2024
Solo aging is simply aging on your own.
For most people, this means aging without a spouse, adult children, or other close relatives. Some may be solo agers due to circumstances such as being widowed, divorced, estranged, or never having had a spouse or children, which can lead to loneliness, depression, and physical ailments; others may be solo agers by choice and they prefer it that way.
If you are a solo ager, come to this important discussion to learn how much easier and less stressful it can be if you start planning for the future before a crisis strikes. This includes planning for your financial, physical, medical, and emotional well-being. Presented by Foundation for Senior Services.
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