Trusting Information on Long-Term Care Planning Can Be An Issue

July 4th, 2018

A recentKnight Foundation/Gallupreport on Americans perceptions of the media indicates that 76% of Republicans and 71% of Democrats say the spread of inaccurate information on the internet is a problem. Whether you think it is... Continue Reading

Shock for Many: Family Caregiving Cost Very High

June 28th, 2018

The AARP says that our nations 40 million unpaid family caregivers are devoting a large portion of their own money toward the care of their loved ones. Most people know by now that the advances in medical science have made... Continue Reading

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Reducing Risk of Dementia Through Lifestyle Changes

June 22nd, 2018

If you are approaching 50, or already 50+, the idea of having a better quality of life as you get older is a big concern. Yes, longevity means high risk for long-term care, but the overall quality of life prior to the normal... Continue Reading

Medication Nonadherence – an Issue Impacting Health

June 15th, 2018

Poor medication adherence claims an estimated 125,000 lives a year. This doesnt count those impacted by long-term care and complications related to extended care. Yet, a problem this big gets little attention. Complicating... Continue Reading

Be Careful with Medicare's Conflicting Hospitalization Rules

June 12th, 2018

As people age, the need for some type of long-term care service increases dramatically. The need for shorter rehab services also increase. However, Medicares confusing rules regarding hospital stays can cost individuals large... Continue Reading

Consequences of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Have Significant Legal and Financial Impact

May 18th, 2018

Most people hope and pray they will never suffer from any type of memory problem when they age. Conditions like Alzheimers and dementia become common with aging. Longevity is impacting all of us. Have you put in place any plan... Continue Reading