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It may sometimes be a bit intimidating to know what to mention and how to behave when spending some time with a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease. And, sadly, due to a number of inherent elements of the disease, oftentimes

It’s a sensitive topic to go over with aging parents, but one which needs to be resolved at some point: a financial care plan. Many adult children are reluctant to step into their parents’ financial matters until there is an

Do you recall how challenging it could be when you were young to learn the lesson of sharing with your brothers and sisters? While the incredible importance of taking into consideration other people’s feelings, and also being fair, was impressed

We desire the right health care for our loved ones, but is it possible that on occasion, less is best? Based upon a recent report published  by Dr. Martin Makary, professor of surgery and health policy at the Johns Hopkins

It is an amazing feeling to know that you are protected, safe and cared for. Dads and moms thrive on making certain their kids are surrounded in the comfort of understanding their needs will be fulfilled, providing the safety net

On average, seniors are each taking 15 – 18 different prescribed medications, so Medicare coverage of these medicines is often extremely important. And with a typical price tag of greater than $11,000 annually for the most typical medicines prescribed for

Pick a senior, any senior, and you’re likely to hear the same sentiments: the vast majority of older adults agree that they’d prefer to spend their elder years at home over moving to a nursing home facility. However, there are

The older you get, the more important it is that you create an estate plan that addresses everything from distribution of your assets to expression of your health care wishes. For those who have yet to form an end-of-life plan,

When the time comes that a senior’s health, safety and wellbeing could be improved with a little extra care, companionship or assistance, taking that first step can be overwhelming. The good news is that there are a wealth of alternatives

As our loved ones age and experience health issues, it becomes increasingly difficult for us to ensure that they are receiving proper treatment and living in a safe way. Home health care services are often required to ensure that our

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