Highlands Ranch Senior Outreach launches retirement series
Are you prepared for retirement? Do you know how much money you should save or what legal paperwork you should prepare? If you’re unsure how to answer these questions, consider attending one of the programs in the Highlands Ranch Senior Outreach program’s new Planning for Retirement Series. The programs are offered to help the growing adult population in the community plan and prepare for their retirement years. By the year 2030, adults age 60 and older are expected to comprise 25 percent of the total population in Douglas County.
Building Retirement Income – March 24 and May 26 at the James H. LaRue LibraryPlanning for a secure financial future and lifestyle as we live longer and healthier lives is vital to reaching personal goals, enjoying an active retirement and more. Financial professional Jeffrey Campbell will share tips for retiring confidently.
Organizing Your Legal Paperwork – April 8 and Oct. 21 at the Recreation Center at SouthridgeCertified Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney, Elizabeth D. Mitchell, will lead a discussion about which legal paperwork is needed, when and why. Topics covered include who to choose to represent you in financial and healthcare decisions and how to share your wishes for end-of-life care.
New Strategies for Long-term Care – May 6 at the Recreation Center at SouthridgeLearn about the next generation of long-term care options. Discover how to maintain your financial independence and remain in your home. Join us for this educational talk and learn about the many alternatives to traditional long-term care insurance.
All of the programs cost $5 and run from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Participants must register in advance online at www.highlandsranch.org/signmeup.
For more information about The Planning for Retirement Series, contact Senior Outreach Coordinator Jodie McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-240-4922.