Respite Care for the Elderly Is Important for Family Caregivers

Written by senior caregiving expert Shelley Webb, RN

As the number of family caregivers in our country increases, so does the number of people suffering from exhaustion, overwhelm, isolation, depression and physical ailments related to all of these. […]

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Falls And Fractures

Health Information from the NIA

A simple thing can change your life–like tripping on a rug or slipping on a wet floor. If you fall, you could break a bone, like thousands of older men and women do each year. […]

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Long-term Care Insurance Policies

By Marshall Loeb, MarketWatch

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Long-term-care insurance policies aren’t simple. Unless you have a history of debilitating disease in your family, you have little idea whether you’ll ever need such care and, if you do, what type of care it will be, how […]

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Working with Elder Parent in Planning Financially for their Long Term Care

January 7, 2011

You may be taking care of elderly parents now or looking at that possibility in the near future. According to a report from USATODAY/ABCNews/Gallup Poll, 41% of baby boomers are helping take care of elderly parents by providing personal […]

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Veterans’ Benefits

Veterans of the United States armed forces may be eligible for a broad range of programs and services provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)[…]

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