As your parents get older, having them nearby is ideal; however, it can be challenging if they need a long-term care facility. Understand the process will make the love easier on the entire family.
As you grow older, you must maintain a focus on keeping your body healthy. Doing this can be as simple as introducing black tea to your daily diet.
Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers has died. Sayers suffered with dementia. The football star played for the Chicago Bears after an outstanding college career at University of Kansas. He is another football star to suffer from dementia.
An industry study of Long-Term Care Insurance sales shows most consumers are purchasing policies at younger ages taking advantage of better health and lower premiums. An LTC policy is a vital part of retirement planning.
Sooner or later you will need long-term health care. It might be very long, or relatively short. Most people want to stay in their home as long as possible. Planning makes it easier on family and finances.
World Series winner Tom Seaver has passed away at age 75. Seaver, who pitched for the 1969 “Miracle Mets” was suffering from Lewy body dementia since 2013.
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?
A popular TV show, “This is Us” is addressing the impact of cognitive decline on a primary character. It reminds us that the consequences of aging impact many American families.
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.