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Aging in Place - June 25/19

Aging in place means having the health and social supports and services in place to live safely and independently in your home or you community for as long as you wish and are able. 91% of Canadian adults aged 50 and over want to stay in their home or in their neighbourhood and live independently as long as possible. 

To plan for the future ahead, we will look at nine areas of life that will impact your ability to age in place. 

Presenter:  Jill Chambers, BN, CFP, CEA - Jilly is the founder of  Financial Concierge and Aging in Place Supports. Both companies focus on keeping older adults safe and independent in their homes. 


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