The avoidance of health care during the virus crisis is creating a ripple effect of additional health problems. Ignoring health care is not a good idea and precautions have been taken at hospitals and clinics.
Unexpected events can have on many consequences on our health, families, and finances. Preparing for the financial cost and burdens of aging gives you the power of choice – the choice of care giving you control.
The U.S. Census is confirming what we already know. Americans are getting older. As Late-Boomers get close to age 65, the remaining Boomers still have longevity. More dependency means planning is essential.
Missouri joins several other states allowing a camera to be installed in a family member’s nursing home room. It is intended to help limit abuse and give family the ability to stay connected with their loved one.
Every nursing home in the U.S. will get COVID-19 testing immediately in an announcement made by the Trump Administration. Being called a historical moment that will save lives, will quickly identify residents who need isolation.
Don’t worry, if it hasn’t happened yet, it will. As we get older we start having problems with our gut and sleep. Better sleep means better health. Preparing for aging is important for health, family, and finances.
No matter where long-term care is delivered it is close and personal. There is no ‘social distancing’ when providing care. COVID-19 is presenting challenges in how care is delivered. Having choice of quality care in the future even more important than ever.
We know the difficulties caregivers face taking care of Mom or Dad or other family members. With so many people needing long-term care more families are impacted, but COVID-19 makes it even more complicated. Are you prepared?
More Americans are taking DNA tests to discover information about their ancestry and health. This information has been used against them in insurance applications. A new Florida law provides for DNA privacy.