Decision Making for Seniors: Older Isn’t Always Wiser

1 Session: Tuesday, August 24

Zoom Class 10:00 a.m. - Noon

Member Fee: $20, Non-Member Fee: $30


We all make decisions on a daily basis and, when we don’t make good decisions, we somehow learn to live with the results. But decisions for seniors can be very different. Seniors may be making some major decisions for the last time; they don’t always have the time or resources to correct mistakes; and they may have underlying issues that are skewing the decisions, such as money or family relationships.

This two hour presentation will explain the reasons many decisions are different for seniors. As well as introducing the three components of good decision-making, attendees will receive concrete steps to increase their control over the decision-making process.

Annette Dubrouillet spent over 13 years in leadership positions for family support programs within the U.S. Department of the Army.  She subsequently founded Decision Drivers, LLC, a training and consulting firm.  She is the author of the book, Make No Mistake: How to Make the Best Decision the First Time.  Since leaving full-time employment, Annette continues to work part-time with individuals and organizations, providing techniques to lead people to better decisions.