Healthcare in Retirement, the Mandatory Cost of Aging

Join us for lunch on Wednesday, June 5, to discuss Healthcare in Retirement.

You are invited to attend a discussion on the costs of aging in America, long term care options, and planning strategies. Nearly 70% of Americans over age 65 will need some form of Long-Term Care as they age, yet studies show fewer than 10% of Americans have completed any Long-Term Care Planning whatsoever. It’s more important than ever for Americans to consider their future Long-Term Care needs.

Friends and colleagues are encouraged to attend! Lunch will be provided.
Bring your questions to our team of experienced Long Term Care specialists.

Attendance is limited to 30 people. Please RSVP by email:, or call 303.730.2327, to reserve your seat & select your meal choice.

“According to BlackRock, financial advisors should work with clients to manage Healthcare In Retirement, as it can be the biggest risk to their retirement security. They also indicate many investors aren’t focused on it: Less than half said they were worried about health costs, the same study found. That disconnect means many people planning for retirement need to better understand Medicare, out-of-pocket health costs and the impact of potential Long-Term Care expenses.”

Date: June 5, 2019
Time: 12 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch
Address: Chinook Tavern DTC
6380 South Fiddlers Green Circle
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

1. Southwest Steak Salad Crisp romaine, grilled marinated flat iron steak, roasted red bell pepper and caramelized Bermuda onion medley, hard boiled egg, shaved parmesan, and creamy Caesar dressing
2. Classic Chinook BLT Applewood smoked bacon, tomatoes, lettuce, and mayonnaise on artisan grilled flatbread
3. Spice Dusted Chicken Sandwich Baked brie, caramelized onions, avocado, and chipotle mayonnaise on an artisan baked bun


2017 Griffin, Corinne
Corinne Griffin
Life, Long-Term Care and Disability Specialist
inertia LTC
Mike Padawer
President, INERTIA / Advisor Services
Author of “What’s the Deal with Long-Term Care?”