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You Get What You Pay For — When It Really Pays To Pay

Let’s start off with the truth – everything has a cost. It has been said that nothing in life is free. So, if you’re given something for free you should question what it really costs [...]

Health Advocate|

Why You Should Hire Me As Your Health Advocate

For the last 12 years, I’ve been a caregiver to my aging parents. First, for my dad when he was diagnosed with cancer, and later for my mom when she started developing cognitive changes associated [...]

Aging, Health Advocate|

When Organizing, Your Personal Documents Matter Most

As we start out the new year you may be seeing many television advertisements enticing you to buy more containers for your stuff. The advertisers try to convince you that if you just had more [...]

Aging, Planning|

Did You Know That You Might Qualify for SNAP?

At Severino Health Advisors we want to ensure that you are aware of the resources that are readily available to you. That’s why we’re sharing this important information and ask that you pass it along! [...]

Aging, news|

How To Keep Your Loved One’s Legacy Alive

If you’re anything like me, you are probably wondering what the new year will bring. Let’s face it, 2018 was a tough one for many people across the world. The were so many losses in [...]


Healthcare Advocacy & Loving The Many Hats I Wear

This year I had the opportunity to help a couple move back to Central Pennsylvania. They had moved out of state when they were both in better health. Unfortunately, things changed drastically for the couple [...]

Sue’s Favorite Things: You Get A Gift, You Get A Gift, & You Get A Gift!

Every year Oprah Winfrey announces a list of her favorite things for the holidays. Usually, the items on the list are beautiful super-expensive items that make us all think that we need these things too! [...]

Aging, Family, Holiday|

Death and Taxes!

Benjamin Franklin was famous for saying “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” If we can’t escape death, then why do we cringe when asked if we have [...]


Have you ever considered a retirement community?

A few weeks ago I wrote about meeting with a new client who lived in a continuing care retirement community. She selected this type of living community because her husband had passed away, she doesn’t [...]

Aging, Retirement|

Are you going home for the holidays?

As we approach the holiday season, many adult children are planning on taking some time to visit their parents. Although these visits usually involve a large family meal and celebration, it is also a good [...]

Aging, Children, Family, Holiday|