Joe Cordell speaking into a microphone for ElderTalk podcast

Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Jill Albers focus their discussion on the on-going debate of aging in place vs. moving to a facility or community that offers amenities and care options. They highlight an article from the Wall Street Journal that details the financial investment that has been made in creating these facilities and communities in and around the country, juxtaposed with the percentage of the baby boomer generation that would like to stay in their homes.

Joe and Jill talk about the technology available to seniors, as well as the technology that can assist families in making sure that seniors are taken care of. They also talk about some of the social services that senior communities have, juxtaposed to situations where seniors are living in their homes, but have neighbors ready to assist them.

Joe and Jill also dive into the financial aspect of this situation and how reverse mortgages can function in assisting seniors.

Then Joe and Jill are joined by online editor and roving celebrity report Dan Pearce to discuss the estate planning situation surrounding the Denver Broncos late owner Pat Bowlen.

Contemplating Aging in Place [Episode 126]