Grief does not just affect the mental health of those who experience the loss of a loved one. Understand the physical and emotional effects and ways to cope for yourself or your loved one who is experiencing grief.
Every American family at some point will experience a loved one’s health decline. How do you cope? How can you prepare for the costs and burdens that come with long-term care?
Family caregivers face stress and anxiety. The role of a caregiver has its consequences on the health of the caregiver. There are ways to manage this stress. Preparing your future care now will ease burdens on your family.
If you find yourself as a caregiver for a family member better think about the obstacles you and your loved one will face. Thinking ahead will ease the stress and burden even if you have limited choices.
Before you know it, you get older. If you have a loved one who is 65+ or you are looking to plan for your future aging, there are several items to consider from insurance to technology.
Who really wants to think about mortality? Yet, advance planning provides greater peace. If you are in your 40s or 50s better be planning for both mortality and morbidity.
Assisted living is often an outstanding choice to provide long-term care for a loved one while maintaining a level of independence. Key tips make it easier for everyone. LTC Insurance can pay for the cost of care.
More people over age 50 are embracing technology. This can be a great thing for you, your family, and your lifestyle. High tech also is used in your future long-term care.
The average age of a person purchasing Long-Term Care Insurance continues to drop. Low premiums and better health leads to even lower premiums. If you wait you face the inability to obtain coverage or much higher premiums.