Can you receive proper care in your home or would it be best to move into an assisted living home that can meet your long-term care needs?Read Article
A Moment's Notice Health Care has quite a number of caregivers who could be retired at this point in their live. Yet they choose to continue to provide care for those who choose to age in place in there own homes.Read Article
Everyone likes a bargain, but when it comes to home care, selecting the cheapest price for care can result in the most expensive implications.
Oftentimes consumers are unaware of the risks they are exposing themselves to when they hire care through a registry or independent contractor. Unfortunately, sometimes this results in less than positive situations for seniors and their families.Read Article
Choosing a home health service can be overwhelming. Agencies differ in the safety and quality of care they provide.Read Article
Why do we have such a hard time talking with our children about important financial matters affecting the entire family? For some of us, avoiding sensitive discussions, especially about money, is a family tradition. For others, there’s concern that bringing up financial worries will harm our relationships with our children and grandchildren.
Below are five money issues no one likes to talk about, but should — and sooner than later.
(This article previously appeared on Grandparents.com.)Read Article
The old man likely has postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) — a little-known condition that affects a substantial number of older adults after surgery, said Dr. Daniel Cole, a professor of clinical anesthesiology at UCLA and a past president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
Once you acquire the names of several providers, you will want to learn more about their services and reputations.