Don’t worry, if it hasn’t happened yet, it will. As we get older we start having problems with our gut and sleep. Better sleep means better health. Preparing for aging is important for health, family, and finances.
No matter where long-term care is delivered it is close and personal. There is no ‘social distancing’ when providing care. COVID-19 is presenting challenges in how care is delivered. Having choice of quality care in the future even more important than ever.
We know the difficulties caregivers face taking care of Mom or Dad or other family members. With so many people needing long-term care more families are impacted, but COVID-19 makes it even more complicated. Are you prepared?
More Americans are taking DNA tests to discover information about their ancestry and health. This information has been used against them in insurance applications. A new Florida law provides for DNA privacy.
The COVID-19 virus crisis has made more Americans personalize the future health and aging changes they will face in the decades ahead. Addressing future long-term care is an integral part of the equation.
Another research study is showing the significant impact caregiving is having on American families. Without long-term care insurance, family members become caregivers. A growing number of loved ones find themselves in this role.
American families are facing the difficult responsibility of being a caregiver for a family member. The burn-out and burden on those caregivers bring many challenges for family members. There are ways to address burnout.
A new study being tested on high-risk groups may become a breakthrough for COVID-19 and other viral infections. This could benefit both health care works and long-term care residents.
Is now really the time we need to be thinking Long-Term Care? Unexpected events influence our savings. Events like 9/11, the 2008 sub-prime mortgage crisis, and the current virus crisis can create losses when we least expect it.