I find more and more families are concerned about their parents’ ability to make smart money decisions (along with decisions in general) as they age.
Especially when there are signs of dementia present.
This isn’t my area of expertise.
And let me be clear that dementia is a serious health problem on it’s own, and needs to be addressed accordingly.
But when you add money - sometimes a lot of money - to the issues associated with dementia, it can be problematic to say the least.
And if this weren’t enough, consider also the rise in financial scams perpetrated on the elderly.
Thankfully, there are experts that can help.
People like my friend Lisa
, a Fellow/Certified Professional Aging Life Care™ Manager.
And of course, there are resources online, like this article: