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March 2020 Archives

What should I do if I become a caregiver for a loved one?

Losing the ability to do things for ourselves - like driving and managing finances - can be incredibly upsetting. Not only does it mean loss of independence, but it also means that someone else will need to help. And for many people, asking for and accepting help can be difficult.

Estate planning in light of a serious illness

We can hardly turn on our phones, computers or TVs without being inundated with information on the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Understandably, people are concerned - especially people over the age of 60 and those with serious chronic medical conditions, as these groups can experience more severe symptoms. 

4 home safety systems your parents may need as they get older

Home is typically the most comfortable place a person can be. And as we get older, that sense of comfort and familiarity can become increasingly important. Because of this, it is not unusual for people to want to stay in their homes as long as possible as they age.

What happens if I become unable to manage my finances?

The possibility of losing our independence as we get older can be upsetting to think about. However, confronting this potential reality and considering what to do if it should happen can be one of the most valuable planning steps you can take for yourself and your family.

4 types of abuse elderly patients may suffer in a nursing home

There are thousands of nursing home facilities in the United States. While many of them provide competent, compassionate care to elderly patients, they don't all do this. For a variety of reasons, from staffing problems to negligent management, some nursing home facilities provide an environment that increases the potential for elder abuse.

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