You are young and in good health. This is the best time to think about how the rest of your life will be and how best to plan for it. This includes living wills, medical power-of-attorney, and long-term care insurance planning.
More Americans get diagnosed each day, perhaps you. Diabetes brings many challenges, especially as you get older. Often this leads to complications and a higher risk for long-term care. The right care will help you live better.
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.
All of us should prepare for the unexpected. Often, however, we don’t even prepare for the financial costs and burdens that come with aging. Help older family members prepare for disaster and help your family prepare for your future longevity.
Residents in long-term care facilities often experience grief, especially after a loss of a spouse. Many facilities work hard to provide support and social activities to make it a better environment.
Do you have coverage for long-term care at work? Probably not. Generally, people think long-term care disability is the same as long-term care. It is not. Know some of the misconceptions before you start planning.
Many of us planning for retirement also start thinking about “what do to next”? Advance planning can not only help you plan for a successful retirement and long-term care but to take something you love into a second career.
Many people suffer from allergies. As you age, allergies can complicate existing health issues. Plus, knowing if you have a cold, the flu or an allergy is important. With our longevity, advance planning is key.
The number of American’s who suffer from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia continues to grow. Carried service dogs can be an important part of the caregiving team. If you have a loved one who has memory loss a dog could help.