To make the transition to a senior living facility easier on your loved one, you have to work together as a family. But it isn’t effortless.
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Seniors often live on a fixed income, and they can face financial trouble when their property taxes rise. Even if their home is fully paid for, senior homeowners still must… (Read More)
It’s a fact: the elderly are huge targets for scams. According to the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Sentinel Network, 47% of all reported fraud complaints between 2011 and 2013 came from… (Read More)
Even if you have picked a long-term care facility for your loved one after much preparation, problems can still happen. If they do, you’ll want to nip them in the bud,… (Read More)
If you are confused about who can qualify for Medicaid, you aren’t alone. While Medicaid provides much-needed assistance for many seniors, figuring out what you can get—and how to get it—can be a… (Read More)
Living at home, whether in a long-beloved house or a new rental, has enormous benefits for seniors, mentally and physically. In familiar surroundings, they also hold close to their long-time… (Read More)