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Planning for Your Future in an Uncertain Environment, a virtual event

COVID-19 has brought uncertainty to nearly every phase of life, and certainly to the process of choosing a senior living community. Aberdeen Village will host Brad Breeding, senior living expert and certified financial planner, in Senior Living Communities & Planning for Your Future, a virtual event to discuss the benefits of living in a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), especially in uncertain times.

This free webinar will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, August 26. Topics covered will include:

  • How the senior living industry and residents are responding to coronavirus
  • The benefits of a continuing care retirement community (CCRC)
  • How to know when it is the right time to consider a move to a senior living community
  • How to evaluate your own financial plans in this environment
  • The important role senior living communities play in retirement planning

Prior to starting myLifeSite, Breeding spent 13 years as a financial advisor. It was during that time that he recognized a need among older adults and their families for better information and guidance when researching retirement communities. His extensive knowledge of the senior living industry, combined with his financial planning background, allows him to provide valuable insights about lifestyle, healthcare and financial planning considerations related to this significant life decision.

Breeding has a Certified Financial Planner™ certification and is the author of What’s the Deal with Retirement Communities?, rated five stars overall on Amazon.

For more information, contact Stephanie Oehlert at or 913-599-6100. Register online to receive your unique link to Brad Breeding’s presentation.

Send in your questions in advance to or submit during the event for the Q&A opportunity at the end of the presentation.

"Senior Living Communities and Planning for Your Future in an Uncertain Environment" is part of Aberdeen Village’s Just Ask lifelong learning program featuring topics and speakers of interest to seniors and their adult children.

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