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We Are Not Prepared for Long-Term Care « Caring for Our Parents

May 30, 2012


This is an excellent article but before I leave you to Howard let me state that I agree with him but this must be part of a larger discussion that we all need to have with our families.  We also need to plan how to take care of our own long term care taking into […]

How Can You Plan for Your Own Long-Term Care

May 15, 2012


Long-term care planning is an exercise in which we, with our families, prepare for the rest of our lives.  This may require the help of an attorney and we may want input from our physician.  The goal is to help ensure that we both promote and maintain good health, safety, and well-being for ourselves.  To […]

Caring for the Elderly – Government Sites

May 12, 2012


A list of Government sites that have information on care for the elderly, if you have additional information please let me know so I can add it. An all-purpose site with interactive tools for planning and paying for long-term care and choosing among drug plans. Includes searchable inspection results, good and bad, for the […]

Living Life In My Own Way—And Dying That Way As Well

April 12, 2012


I recommend this article not because I admire the courage of the author, I think she is a role model, but because I think there is value in her story.  Her decisions have not been easy. I to was diagnosed with cancer and had the tests she speaks of but mine came back negative.  I […]

Leading Long-Term Care Insurers Premiums Soaring

March 24, 2012


This is not good news for those Seniors who are trying to protect assets with Long-Term Care Insurance.  I am working on a post about aging in place and how we all need to realistically look at our resources and assets.  Careful asset preservation helps us age in the least restrictive environment possible, hopefully at […]