This one word carries a great deal of meaning for many people. We recognize that an important goal for seniors is to maintain independence. Whether that means having the ability to stay in their homes, or not having to worry about their day to day finances, we can help them achieve independence in a way that is unique to them.

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From Our Blog

May 1, 2017 Meet Elder Advocates’ New Owners!

We’re excited to announce that Elder Advocates is coming under new ownership this May! While this may come as a surprise to some of our customers and peers, it’s a shift we’ve been diligently working on for several months. This shift in ownership is a positive and exciting one. The current owner, Joan Dyer, considered […]

April 15, 2017 Financial Advisor vs. Family Member

Whether it’s basic assistance with bill paying or a situation that involves a full financial power of attorney (POA), aging adults often end up turning to someone for help with monetary decisions. While this is normal and expected, many people are surprised by the necessity of this help, and even more surprised by how difficult […]