(PRWEB) August 06, 2012
The baby boomer informational website, LivingSenior.com, has announced that during the week of August 5, 2012 the sites theme of the week will be devoted to senior living financial planning. The reason for the spotlight focus was discussed at a recent content management meeting held by James Connolly, Marketing Manager for LivingSenior.com. In a recent meeting Mr. Connolly had the following to say regarding the spotlight focus and the reason behind the theme of the week choice.
"LivingSenior strives to keep the spotlight of the week focused on current affairs and topics that relate to baby boomers and our senior readers. With the upcoming election and health care reform issues in the news, we felt that this was the best time to focus the theme of the week spotlight on senior financial planning. Not only will we be covering senior financial planning, we will also cover ways that seniors can plan on their own, using financial planners, and other resources to help our senior readers and their loved ones research and decide the best financial plan for their family. The goal of LivingSenior is to ensure that our readers are educated on the facts and information that best fits their needs."
In further discussions with Mr. Connolly and with content Manager Megan Coogle, the topic of senior financial planning and its importance was apparent. Ms. Coogle stated that the content plans for the week will focus on five major aspects of senior financial planning with each weekday devoted to a new aspect of the topic. The Senior Center will also focus on aspects of senior financial planning, assisted communities and the benefits of niche communities for all inclusive planning.
LivingSenior.com offers several ways for their readers and for senior living business professionals to stay updated on the current topics as well as new posts to the blog and Senior Center. If you are interested in finding out more information or staying updated on the regular posts from the content management team, you may follow them on Facebook or @LivingSenior on Twitter. Senior living and assisted living professionals are encouraged to follow living senior representative James Connolly on LinkedIn for business related updates a news.