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For our Future Customers---
The Power of Positive Thinking: The Senior’s Move
Take some time to study the descriptions below. Talk to yourself about the move in new ways. Focus your mind on positive thinking. Choose an affirmations to make your own:
• This move is an opening door for me. I anticipate only good things.
• I have endless reserves of energy for this move. I can relax, pace myself, and enjoy it.
• I am leaving nothing important behind me. All my cherished memories are intact, and I am creating new memories.
Write down your affirmation and put it where you will see it each day. Don't forget to affirm yourself. Give yourself a pat on the back.
Reframing Your Move
What if you were apply the capacity of reframing to moving? For instance, consider reframing your move:
• From loss of control to keeping control
• From fear, clinging, worry to confidence
• From loss to gain
• From leaving the old to embracing the new
• From maintaining false independence to enjoying healthy interdependence
• From losing what's important to gaining perspective on what's important
• From burdened to lightened up
• From age-ing to sage-ing™
If the "from" set of descriptions represent the way you have been considering your move, consider reframing them into the "to" set. What new insights will come to you when you take that step? How will you behave differently, taking new actions and leaving old ones undone?
Find out by applying the reframing skill to your move . . . right now!
Compliments of The Campbells of RE/MAX
Nationally Accredited Seniors Real Estate
Sponsor: Senior Support Services
Senior Support Services has been helping people manage their personal and financial affairs since 1992. Our agency is known and respected for our commitment to finding practical solutions for each individual’s unique needs and our staff members have experience in a diverse range of settings. We are licensed by the Supreme Court of Washington State to provide financial and health care management for incapacitated individuals.
Luncheon Topic: Medicaid
Speaker: David Neubeck, Elder Law Attorney
As an increasing number of seniors navigate their senior living options, finances become a deciding factor in the conversation. David Neubeck, Elder Law Attorney at The Law Offices of Barry M. Meyers, will be speaking about Medicaid rules, the do's and don'ts of asset protection, how to avoid the pitfalls of the Medicaid application process and what role a senior living community should (or shouldn't) play. David is a certified Elder Law Attorney, teaches Estate Planning Classes at Bellingham Community College and sits on the board for the Northwest Estate Planning Council. Backed with relevant experience and knowledge, he'll help equip you with information to be a resource for your patients, clients and residents.
Sponsor: Home Attendant Care and Nursing
Home Attendant Care and Nursing is a locally owned and operated in-home care agency providing a range of services such as companionship, med management, or help with personal care.
Luncheon Topic: TBD