Reviewed as of January 2023
CPA financial planners may be the first to recognize dementia in their client and this can go a long way towards protecting the client’s assets and ensuring a proper care plan is put in place. In part 3 of this podcast series, Reina Schlager, CPA/PFS, discusses the following:
The ten warning signs that your client may be declining mentally
Examples of what to be on the lookout for with these warning signs
What to do once you have identified an issue with your client
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Access parts 1 and 2 in this series here.
Guide to Retirement and Elder Planning: Healthcare Coverage Planning
Guide to Retirement and Elder Planning: Social Security Planning
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