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Ways to Pay for Senior Housing and Care

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Often, seniors and their families may not be prepared for a sudden move to a nursing home or an assisted living facility and financially may be at a loss at what to do. It is not a secret that senior living, especially covering long-term care services such as activities of daily living can be costly…

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Medicare and Medicaid: What’s the Difference?

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As frequently as we hear about topics of healthcare, insurance premiums, coverage policies, and financial assistance programs, it is easy to become confused between two words that sound so similar: Medicare and Medicaid. Let’s break down the differences between Medicare and Medicaid to decipher the benefits of each and how they can impact you. What…

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Taking a Humbled Approach to Caregiving

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William lived the closest to his mother, Jane, out of her three children. Jane had lived alone for many of her older adult years but was always surrounded by loving family and friends. William would always take the time to visit and bring the grandchildren around, act as the ‘maintenance’ man for big and small…

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Calling People With Aging Loved Ones

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Are you in the sandwich generation?  Are you sandwiched between two generations, your children, and your parents?  Or, let me paint an even more realistic version of your role as the sandwiched individual because I’m sure it’s a lot like mine.  Are you a time-crunched, multi-tasker, busy parent and daughter or son who has mastered…

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Senior Living Options in a Nutshell: Cliff Notes on Senior Living Models

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Ideally, people prefer to be able to “age in place”.  To have the ability to go through the aging process while living in the comfort of your own house.  A house you have created so many memories in and a house you are proud to call home.  It’s easy to take this gift for granted. …

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