What You Need To Know To Help Your Relatives Age Well

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Instructor: Ms. Corrine Markey

Course Description

Baby boomers are dealing with aging relatives who are on their own, many of whom are far away. Challenges include help with routine daily living tasks such as managing household and routine financial issues, locating help after being sick or infirmed, housing choices, driving, and transportation, finding advocates, identity theft, scams and fraud, getting documents in order, hoarding, and technology for seniors and more. For those who have relative in the midst of this stage of life, there will be a “how to” on the creation of a living alone well plan and discussions and guidance on how to manage situations to enable their relatives to live well wherever they are.

Ms. Corrine Markey received a B.A. in Economics from Northeastern University and an M.B.A from the Harvard Business School. She is licensed as a Certified Senior Advisor and is a member of the American Association of Daily Money Managers, Financial Planning (FPA), South Dade Estate Planning Council, Florida Guardianship Association, American Society of Aging, and American Society of Certified Senior Advisors. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Red Cross Blood Services of Northern Ohio, on the Boards of Harvard Business School and Alumni Clubs of Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Washington, D.C., and was the President and Chairman of the Board of the Washington, D.C. Club. In 2012, while Ms. Markey managed the affairs for her gravely ill aunt, she realized that aging adults and their families have a need of trustworthy, competent and compassionate assistance in the administration of their daily business and financial affairs management as well as household, personal and medical management. In 2014, Ms. Markey founded The Senior’s Answer, a business designed to address this ever-growing need. She is currently the President of that organization.