Life After DentistryLearning platform to help ensure that your retirement from dentistry will be worthwhile and enjoyable.
Retirement is a career earned from and following work, with the objective of finding worthwhile and enjoyable alternatives to work.
Life After Dentistry can guide you through this process. Here’s how:
It's built on a solid foundation
Created by Dr. Alan Roadburg, Life After Dentistry is based on more than 30 years’ experience with the non-financial or lifestyle side of retirement planning. Alan’s experience is both academic and practical. He was a tenured university professor, teaching and doing research in Social Gerontology (The Sociology of Aging), and the Sociology of Retirement. Alan changed careers and established the Second Career Retirement Program, focusing initially on in-house workshops for private and public sector corporations.
It's based on research
As the program developed, the focus shifted to include exclusive research among various professional groups. Life After Dentistry includes the results of Dr. Roadburg’s survey that included over 600 retired dentists (your retirement mentors) in the US and Canada – the undisputed experts on retiring from dentistry.
Life After Dentistry has its own built-in social media platform that connects you to an online community of retiring and retired dentists. Create your own profile, share your insights, experiences, and challenges, ask questions, answer questions. You will be in contact with your peers who are going through or have completed the retirement process.
It's wherever you are
Video workshop, workbook, and a supportive community, it’s all online and can be accessed anytime from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device.
We want to introduce you to David – perhaps some of his feelings will resonate with you.
“This is a healthy approach to retirement. It’s about finding ways to satisfy emotional needs, that may or may not have been met when working, to understand those needs and the role they play in deciding when to retire, and what to do once retired.”
Identify your personal needs and retirement life goal
Evaluate and possibly improve current retirement plans
Create new plans before or after retirement
Link Life Goal Planning to a financial plan
Decide when to retire
Evaluate working in retirement
Assess housing decisions
Understand the effects of retirement on spousal relations and being single.
And much more!