Tony Bennett is the latest with the announcement he has Alzheimer's. Many of the celebrities we grew up with over the years are experiencing changes in their health.
Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers has died. Sayers suffered with dementia. The football star played for the Chicago Bears after an outstanding college career at University of Kansas. He is another football star to suffer from dementia.
World Series winner Tom Seaver has passed away at age 75. Seaver, who pitched for the 1969 “Miracle Mets” was suffering from Lewy body dementia since 2013.
LTC NEWS has named several individuals in key roles enhancing the ability to provide news and resources that focus on aging, caregiving, health, long-term care, and retirement.
Pope Francis again has spoken out on the value of the elderly. He urges the world not to discard those who are older. We will all get older. Planning for our future older years will give you and your family peace-of-mind.
A little-known fact is that today, not only do 38% of women out-earn their husbands, and according to LIMRA, but are also financially more decisive.
The campaign for President is in full swing. One of the big issues is health care, but this time around many candidates are talking about long-term care. Proposals include free care to additional tax incentives for Long-Term Care Insurance.
Health can change even for a reality TV star Kim Kardashian. The impact of changing health can dramatically impact family and finances unless you have an advance plan. Often this includes affordable Long-Term Care Insurance.
One man lost his battle to Alzheimer’s as another man gets diagnosed. Because they are well known the world knows but the impact of dementia, including Alzheimer’s hits many American families.