Courtney Heiden has a personal reason for her passion surrounding dementia and your money.
Courtney Heiden has a very personal reason to focus on dementia and money. In 2015 her father was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's at age 58. Before knowing what was going on, his home ended up in foreclosure. With this in mind, Courtney launched a financial planning practice. She specializes in helping families find quality care for their loved ones without losing everything. Courtney's goal is to be a light and a voice filled with hope and confidence in the lives of those around her.
In this episode, Courtney shares her valuable knowledge of financial planning when faced with a dementia diagnosis.
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