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Ten Important Questions About Advance Health Care Directives

May 22, 2019 — Have you created health care directives? If you haven’t, or you aren’t sure your documents are up to date, here some questions you might have. Why should people express their wishes about health care? Isn’t that for their doctor to decide? Today’s health care technologies are pretty amazing. They can keep us alive even if... Read More

Planning Ahead for Aging Solo

February 4, 2019 — You may have heard the term “elder orphans” during the last year or two. This term was coined to describe seniors who do not have a spouse or children who can assist them as their care needs change. It’s estimated that 22 percent of older adults today fall in this category, and the number will... Read More

When a Loved One Moves to a Long-Term Care Facility

September 26, 2018 — When a Loved One Moves to a Long-Term Care Facility Though most seniors wish to stay at home for as long as possible, health challenges often mean that moving to a skilled nursing facility is the best choice. If you are helping a loved one with this process, maybe you spent a lot of time... Read More

Detailed Plan Ensures a Fair Settlement

September 1, 2017 — Josie was a seventeen year old girl with a promising future when she was the victim of a terrible car accident.  Her injuries were life-threatening, but she managed to pull through and survive…though she was left with many physical and cognitive residuals from her injury.  She was going to need supportive care for the rest... Read More