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Caregiving From a Distance

Long-distance caregiving is defined by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) as providing care for someone who lives an hour or more away. This type of caregiving takes many forms – from arranging for in-home care, money management, bill paying,…

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Long-Term Care Crisis in America

There is a crisis facing Americans requiring long-term care (LTC) coverage. Industry-driven, massively underpriced policies are playing fiscal catch up with hefty premium rate increases. This price increase is forcing some aging Americans to abandon their policy while others struggle…

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How Diet and Exercise Affect Alzheimer’s Disease

Symptoms such as memory issues should never be dismissed.  There are many resources available through a simple internet search, and professional associations that provide education and guidance through a maze of questions you may have regarding how to approach someone…

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Preparing a Quality End of Life Plan

The records conveying your final wishes for care and asset management are called powers-of-attorney documents, and these entrust an appointed person to act on your behalf when you are no longer able to. But when it comes to actually using…

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Why an Elder Law Attorney Is Important

As retired Americans grow older, their dependency on the family to handle financial and health matters increase. They often believe that their family members will be able to take care of any issues that arise. While consulting with loved ones…

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