You’re a Super Senior! Your great grandparents only lived to around 65, but you’ll live into your 80’s (on average). That’s longer than almost anyone in history and that makes you a Super Senior. However, it doesn’t mean you’ll live those extra years the best that you can.
The Best Practices of Aging
Do you know the best practices for aging? After studying and observing the behavior of seniors for over a decade, Carmen and I have identified five master techniques used by seniors, their families, and caregivers to best deal with aging issues. All of them! Imagine, five simple techniques that help reduce anxiety, panic, and confusion about the issues we all face as we age. We call them the five Master Techniques (MTs) of aging.
These techniques are not new to you. You’ve used these techniques when you raised your children, volunteered in your community, and helped your own parents. But you probably never consciously defined them or readjusted them for aging issues.
CarePlanIt uses them to define the high-level framework for managing any issue you may encounter. Let’s say that again: Any issue you encounter related to aging and caregiving can be managed within these five techniques. CarePlanIt gives you a framework to manage everything.
Super Agers Know The Five Master Techniques of Aging
We call seniors who’ve mastered these activities Super Agers. Caregivers who learn them can help the seniors they care for become Super Agers. Children of seniors can master them early and help minimize the anxiety they feel, encourage their parents to learn them, and inspire their own children.
Five Master Techniques of Aging
A Legal Note
CarePlanIt does not give legal advice or provide legal documents for use. All CarePlanIt materials are for informational purposes only.
Discussions and examples in this book often involve legal subject matter. Legal issues and requirements to create and perfect legal documents are complex and differ by state. CarePlanIt recommends that any legal document or communication involving the transfer, allocation, or ownership of assets be reviewed by an estate planning or elder care attorney in your state.