Personal family experience with long-term care is one of several reasons most people purchase Long-Term Care Insurance before they retire. The consequence of longevity place enormous pressure on families and finances.
Once you reach age 65, Medicare becomes your health insurance. What is Medicare, and what do you need to know as you approach 65?
Parkinson's Disease brings a myriad of challenges to patients and those who love and care for them. Simple tips will help you better care for your loved one who is suffering from Parkinson's.
Palliative care and hospice have been in the news in recent years. Whether famous people like George and Barbara Bush and John McCain or a family member or neighbor, you hear more about this type of care. With longevity, more people will need this care during their lifetime.
We live in a world where more people are living to older ages than ever before. Many of us will be placed into the role of a caregiver. Most people are unprepared for this role that impacts the caregiver’s family and finances.
One in three seniors die with dementia. When your loved one exhibits symptoms, what are the next steps? What can you do differently now in your life to avoid the crisis your family is about to experience?
An analysis of Long-Term Care Insurance claims show American families are benefiting from in-home care with the money coming from their LTC Insurance policy. Policyholders have the choice of how they use their benefits.
For over 30 years, effective and safe medical imaging has become essential for many medical decisions and has become crucial for the early detection and treatment of diseases. While adding longevity, longevity itself presents challenges that need planning.
The people who work in long-term care facilities face challenges keeping both residents and themselves safe. The risk of COVID infection makes their work even more difficult.