Fulfilling the Intergenerational contract: care for each other.
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Analysts expect that there will be 70 million people over age 65 in about 10 years. This will create a "longevity economy", sparked by more people living active, energetic, and engaged lives than ever before. It may spur innovative services and changing family structures.
Maintaining accurate control of money becomes more of a challenge as aging affects cognition. Initial skill declines are barely perceptible. Individuals who suffer money losses may find it too embarrassing to disclose it to anyone. This can bring vulnerability and exposure risks to even the most active seniors. INCLUGEN is designed to assist and protect them in day-to-day financial dealings.
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Through observation, some seniors who are otherwise healthy cannot adequately maintain the financial equilibrium that they always managed. The friendly senior who is outgoing and approachable can be targeted as a trusting giver; the financially sophisticated parent who is comfortable moving funds around can unknowingly put large savings at risk; a frugal spouse can be enticed by ‘bargains’ that turn out to be scams. Even small dollar losses can lead to escalating impropriety, until suddenly, elderly victims find themselves being told that they can no longer stay in their own home. INCLUGEN helps seniors with the upkeep of their daily household finances so that they can remain wherever they call home.
This is an intergenerational challenge. INCLUGEN bridges an important gap in fulfillment of the "generational contract": helping to include adult children caring for their older parents or relatives. We keep clients from being overwhelmed. Our services assist with day-to-day paperwork and any related financial tasks. INCLUGEN services can be tailored to meet any need, whether living at home, in assisted living, or an in-law apartment. We serve seniors and adult children/relatives.