preservesWe know that moving can be a weighty decision with many factors to consider. Add to the mix financial considerations, and it can be downright daunting. Our staff has experience helping families through this process. We can help you consider government programs, insurance, private assistance, and personal assets to come up with a financial solution that is right for you, so you can move forward without delay. **

We invite you to give us a call and set up a consultation. In the meantime, below are several links to online resources. A booklet called “You Gave, Now Save: A Guide to Benefits Programs for Seniors”—created by the National Council on Aging and the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging—can be downloaded by clicking here.

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

National Council on Aging

Additional Resources

BenefitsCheckUp (provided by National Council on Aging) (American Elder Care Research Organization)
Phone: 641/715-3900 Ext. 606151#

New York State Office for the Aging
Senior Citizen’s Help Line: 800/342-9871
Resource Guide for the Aging 2012

Office for the Aging, Dutchess County
Phone: 845/486-2555

**We recommend that you consult with your financial or tax advisor for advice about tax issues; we also recommend consulting with an attorney about health care proxies, living wills, and other legal concerns.