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A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Spousal Dementia

A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Spousal Dementia

As a spouse, you want to do everything in your power to keep your spouse healthy. But what happens if he or she suffers from dementia? A marriage with the potential to span years or decades becomes subject to enormous…

Managing Senior Living Markets with Virtual Care

Managing Senior Living Markets with Virtual Care

To overcome obstacles in senior health care, virtual care has become a standard in senior living and aging services. Virtual care techniques have been used for over a decade and have moved beyond infancy stages. Several top providers of senior…

How to Navigate the Challenges of Caregiving

How to Navigate the Challenges of Caregiving

The difficulties of being a caregiver aren’t apparent until you become one. Taking on this role is an honor for many people since it involves someone they love. In the US, 53 million people have assumed this role and then struggled to…

Combating Age Discrimination

Combating Age Discrimination

Age discrimination in the workplace persists despite decades of efforts to eliminate it. Age discrimination occurs when an employee or prospective employee is treated less favorably because of their age. It can be directed at older employees as well as…

Guardianship of Elderly Parents

Guardianship of Elderly Parents

A parent who is aging often loses the ability to think clearly and make meaningful decisions. This growing inability may occur due to Alzheimer’s disease, other forms of dementia, mental illness, stroke, brain injury, or other severe health or disability…

A Comparison of Elder Law and Estate Planning

A Comparison of Elder Law and Estate Planning

Despite some overlap, estate planning and elder law serve different purposes, yet both are equally vital to protect yourself and your family. The two terms tend to go hand in hand, but there are some differences. The biggest difference is…

Health Care Directives Are Important

Health Care Directives Are Important

Most people can communicate their wants and needs, but some people lose that ability when they are ill, injured, or afflicted. When this happens, they need someone they trust to advocate for them. You can prepare the proper legal documents…

Getting Rid of Unwelcome Medical Bills

Getting Rid of Unwelcome Medical Bills

Even if your insurance covers you, you might still be forced to pay huge medical bills after an emergency. For example, suppose that you underwent emergency surgery for some reason. You scheduled it at a hospital that participated in your…

Maximize Your Social Security Retirement Benefits

Maximize Your Social Security Retirement Benefits

Over the course of their working lives, American workers contribute to the Social Security fund through payroll taxes. Individuals may opt to receive Social Security benefits as early as age 62. However, claiming SS benefits before the full retirement age…

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