Aging Parents Put Emotional and Financial Drain on Baby Boomers - Baby Boomers Retirement Club (BBRC) Promises to Help

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Millions of baby boomers are currently caring for aging parents. The BBRC provides programs designed to make that job easier.

Baby Boomers want to do the best they possibly can to help their parents at this stage of life. Now there's an easier way to find out how

Millions of baby boomers are finding themselves as direct or indirect care givers for an aging parent in various stages of need. Emergencies and interruptions become commonplace and the pressures on the "sandwich generation" can be intense.
"Baby Boomers want to do the best they possibly can to help their parents at this stage of life. Now there's an easier way to find out how," says Richard Roll, founder and CEO of the Baby Boomers Retirement Club (BBRC).

The Baby Boomers Retirement Club (BBRC) provides solutions for baby boomers caring for aging parents. These services include:

  •     Online community forums
  •     Senior Care Service Locator
  •     Senior and Over 55 Communities Search
  •     Free Pharmacy Prescription Card

"Too many people are trying to tackle this challenge without having enough support. The BBRC has put into place easy-to-use services for its members that help alleviate the emotional and financial drain on boomer children," says Roll.

These services are included in the Baby Boomers Retirement Club's (BBRC) Platinum Membership. For more information on what the BBRC can do for you, go to http://www.mybbrc.com and take the 10-Minute Retirement Quiz.

About the Baby Boomers Retirement Club (BBRC):
The Baby Boomers Retirement Club (BBRC) is focused on getting Baby Boomers started in planning and living a successful and satisfying future path of life. BBRC provides a stream of exclusive, hand-picked opportunities and "use today" travel, lifestyle, health, and financial benefits to give Baby Boomers a greater sense of well-being and control than others in their situation.
Starting with the patent-pending, interactive "10-Minute Retirement Quiz", members begin the process of asking and answering the key financial, family and lifestyle planning questions all Baby Boomers currently face. In just 10 minutes they have a personalized learning center that gives them just the answers they need, when they need them. Based in Stamford, Connecticut, the BBRC membership is provided directly to consumers online, as well as on a group basis through selected organizations, employers, and financial institutions.

Contact Information:
Barbara Fickett
P: (203)323-7715 x. 300
F: (203)323-4558
bfickett @ ahahome.com

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