In the US alone, 10,000 people turn 65 every day. As the aging population increases, it's important to consider how you're going to pay for yourLearn More
What Is Guardianship?
Guardianship is gigantic. In most states, 45 to 55 percent of people with disabilities live under the care of a guardian. Even more children and olderLearn More
Medicaid vs Medicare: What Are the Differences for Elders?
Do you need to know the difference between Medicaid vs Medicare? Are you wondering who qualifies for Medicare vs Medicaid and which one is better forLearn More
A Guide to the Basics of Long-Term Care Planning
The majority of Americans underestimate the likelihood of getting a disability and requiring long-term care. However, the U.S. Department of HealthLearn More
Why Would You Need an Elder Care Attorney?
According to the US Census Bureau, there will be more adults over 65 than children by the year 2035. The American population is aging. Baby boomersLearn More
What is the Difference Between Independent Living and Assisted Living?
Did you know about one million seniors live in an assisted living facility?When it comes to senior care, you must consider the best option for theLearn More
Do I Need a Long Term Care Plan?
When creating your overall estate plan, a long term care plan should definitely be part of the discussion. You may feel overwhelmed by the manyLearn More
The Best Age for Seniors to Create Long-Term Elder Care Plans
Nearly two-thirds of Americans are woefully unprepared for retirement. From Millenials to Baby Boomers, all generations of Americans report high ratesLearn More
Elder Care: Identify When Help is Needed
As more seniors are living longer, more are living alone. It is important to check in on your loved ones and assess what assistance they may need toLearn More