Everything you need to know about Power of Attorney and Aged Care decision making

Bill Savellis

Aged Care Financial Adviser at Olive Grove Financial Advice
Having navigated the Aged Care landscape for both of his parents, Bill understands how challenging it can be to make the right decisions for your future care needs. That's why he believes that everyone should have access to financial advice during this time.

Bill has been a Financial Adviser for over 22 years, and is passionate about helping others access the financial advice they need. Drawing from his own experience in the financial sector, Bill develops strategic, personalised plans to support transitions to Aged Care or Home Care.
Bill Savellis

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