Science is still learning about COVID-19 and the consequences it has on health. Memory problems are the latest concern. Dementia is already a significant health issue, and planning is key.
The role reversal for a parent caring for a child and child caring for a parent creates stress, burden, pressure, and even anger. Planning will help loved ones have time to be family.
People receiving long-term care services should stay as active as possible. New research shows the physical and cognitive benefits of activity.
Are you sick of COVID? Most people are, but COVID-19, despite the vaccine, is still getting into our psyche. People are delaying making smart decisions.
Millions of Americans provide unpaid caregiving services for their parents despite being unpaid, untrained, and unprepared. These informal caregivers are acing burnout and other health issues.
Fear. Nobody likes it. As we get older, some of our fears change. Aging happens and preparing for the costs and burdens of longevity can ease your anxiety and your family's anxiety.
Aging happens. With that comes the sudden need for long-term health care. The need for care occurs even when you are younger. Preparing is key.
When you need long-term health care, it will be a cash flow problem and a family problem. Mitigate the consequences that the costs and burdens of aging will have on you and your family by planning now.
There is a growing demand for long-term care services in Montana as the state is getting older and fewer family members can provide the needed care. Planning is essential.