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The author would like readers to know that there is a lot more to life, than merely surviving. Her book is full of illuminating tips, and strategies to help her readers navigate their aging years. Many various useful information forms, resource lists, and planning tools bring those who read, "Seven (7) Key Strategies You Need To Survive Your Senior Years, a great value for the time they invest in reading.
This is the first in a series of books, that the author is publishing, dealing with aging, dementia, caregiving, and being prepared for these situations. All readers might not be seniors just yet, but someday will be; and some of the experiences that they may face require serious decisions for themselves, their parents, grandparents, and others.
If readers are not sure what to do in those circumstances, then this book, sprinkled with the author's ability to find humor in a tough situation, as well as her three (3) recorded webinars entitled, "Surviving Your Senior Years" will assist them to spot the landmarks on the road of life.
According to the author, "These landmarks or 'Ys' in the road, will help the readers know when they have reached a decision point. Readers could choose, as the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz suggested to Dorothy, "Pardon me, but this way is a very nice way. It's pleasant down that way too. Of course some people do go both ways!" or they could let the author lead them on a "much clearer path, rather than following the yellow brick road."
Mrs. Schlumberger, has worked with her husband in their family owned accounting practice in both Butler, PA and Crystal River, FL for thirty-eight (38) years total. When the need arose for providing pickup and delivery services for their elderly clients, who could no longer drive, or were ill, the author volunteered to perform this service.
She also works with fifty five and over (55+) deed restricted communities to provide specialized accounting and support services. Mary is a Florida Notary Public.
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