Everyday I feel honored to work with such amazing individuals. I want to share with you an article that was written by one of our early stage individuals – Charles Warner. Charles is a talented writer and has some great insight on how to cope and plan after an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Plan for the Future but Live in the Now
By: Charles Warner
I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in December of 2011. My physician was quite to the point, he told me the diagnosis and said “no more practicing law and no more driving”. Although somewhat taken aback, and I confess a bit in denial, I appreciated his being direct and followed his advice. I closed my law practice and began a new and different life.
I knew I needed to plan for the financial future and to come to terms with having Alzheimer’s. I will explain how to address the financial (estate planning) issues. I am still working on dealing with the disease, so that will be a progress report. Continue reading “Plan for the Future but Live in the “Now”” »