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Americans Over the Age of 50 Can Help Ease the Labor Shortage

COVID-19 restrictions and associated layoffs account for some unemployment increases, but so does the lack of employment opportunities among older Americans. A coexisting challenge in the US is that senior living facility operators struggle to retain a reliable workforce to…

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Medicaid Crisis Planning: When Does It Make Sense?

Medicaid is a federal and state program that helps people meet certain asset requirements pay for long-term care (LTC). Long-term care often creates devastating financial impacts on Americans, particularly the elderly, and for those family members who lose hours of…

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Changes in Advance Directives Brought About by COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, advance care planning and directives become more important than ever. Responses to vaccinations and understanding their efficacy, reinfection potential, and long-haul symptoms resulting from COVID-19 continue to baffle our scientific understanding. It appears the coronavirus…

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Care Provided at the End of Life

Even though it can be a sobering experience to have frank and open discussions about your mortality with your family, you should do it nonetheless. No one relishes the thought of their demise, and yet with forethought, you can ensure…

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