Families are ill prepared when Mom or Dad needs long-term health care. Four major questions should be asked. Meanwhile, what have you done to prevent a crisis when you need care decades from now?
Research says reaching age 130 could be on the way in the future. No question, we are seeing increased longevity now, which is having an impact on retirement planning. Are you and your family prepared for long-term health care?
A university study shows the obvious. Caregiving is hard on family members. It places substantial burdens on careers and their own families. Long-Term Care Insurance can reduce the burdens if you plan.
Alan Jackson has revealed he has been suffering from Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Will his condition affect his future independence as he gets older?
American families are directly impacted by longevity. Aging means more of us require long-term care services. Family caregivers feel stress when no advance plan is in place often impacting their health and well-being.
The recent COVID-19 virus crisis shows us the many challenges of long-term care and caregiving. Many existed prior to this crisis. Advance planning, including LTC Insurance, makes future long-term care easier and affordable.
New drugs and vaccines are in the news. Which phase of a clinical trial reveals how close researchers are to creating a safe and effective drug or vaccine for use by the general public.
Caregivers work hard taking care of you or your family member. Family members do it out of love and responsibility, but paid caregivers often lack the recognition they deserve. In either case, being a caregiver is demanding and saying thank you can be a nice idea.
The federal government rules require long-term care facilities to report vaccination rates for both staff and residents. Information will help maintain safety in America’s LTC facilities.