COVID-19 has already brought robotic nurses and caregivers to the front lines. In the decades ahead, robots could become a big part of caregiving worldwide.
Polls show more people than ever understand the risks long-term health care has on family and finances. Fewer understand available and affordable options to protect savings and reduce family stress.
Many people start thinking about retiring from their job but not retiring from life. They want a second career, a new passion. There are options. A second career can be part of retirement planning.
Millions of Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia creating financial and emotional stress for many families. Research may lead to treatment or even a cure some day in the future.
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.
Have you had lab work and check-up? You might feel good, but you might not be aware of health issues like kidney disease. Being proactive is vital starting at age 40.
Coloradans are struggling to balance the needs of older family members with their careers and families. Long-term health care costs are growing, and planning is essential for family and finances.
In one of those "duh" moments, research shows that private rooms would have reduced COVID-19 infections and deaths in long-term care facilities. It underscores the need to have a plan that will help you stay at home when you need care in the future.
Rhode Island is seeing long-term health care costs rising with higher demand and greater longevity. The consequences can be devastating on families and finances.