Despite the perception that long-term care insurance is expensive, the reality is policies are very affordable for most people. Plus, experts suggest ways to make them even more affordable.
Another research study is showing the significant impact caregiving is having on American families. Without long-term care insurance, family members become caregivers. A growing number of loved ones find themselves in this role.
We live in a world where more people are living to older ages than ever before. Many of us will be placed into the role of a caregiver. Most people are unprepared for this role that impacts the caregiver’s family and finances.
Longevity changes how America plans for their future retirement. This includes real estate. “Senior Ready” homes help you stay at home as you age. Advance planning is required before you retire.
Back pain. Is it from muscle spasms, muscle tension, maybe a damaged disc? Several structural problems can result in back discomfort. Don't ignore it since as you get older, it can result in limited mobility and disability.
Language barriers adversely impact the quality of long-term health care. Most people speak English in the U.S., but many languages are spoken in the U.S., Canada, and the rest of the U.K.
If you find yourself or family member caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or dementia the stress impacts more than you and your family. It impacts your health unless you take the right steps.
When was the last time you went to the dentist? The older you get, the more critical oral health becomes. Seeing the dentist is important and safe, even during the COVID-19 era.
We know that understanding medical history is important to more than just your overall health. Learn your family's medical history and share yours with your loved ones. Everyone will benefit with the knowledge.