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What If I Need A Conservatorship Right Away? Q & A

In Conservatorships cases, when there is deemed an urgent need to open up a conservatorship, and the process must happen quickly, the court may appoint a Temporary Conservator over your father until a General Conservator can be appointed by the court.

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What Is A Bedsore? Is It Caused By Elder Abuse? – Q & A

According to the Centers for Disease Control, as many as 1 out of 10 residents in nursing homes currently suffer from bedsores. In most cases, bedsores are caused by the lack of attention and improper medical care.

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What Your Mom or Dad Need To Know – Elder Care Options

According to the Administration on Aging, family members are the primary providers of long-term elder care in the United States. Being a caretaker places a heavy burden on family members both emotionally and financially. For this reason alone, it makes good sense to approach your loved one with a compassionate and informed discussion regarding long-term care options.

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How To Make 2018 A Healthier Year?

Ring in the New Year with New Eating and Fitness Habits

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Legal & Financial Questions – Preparing Your Aging Parents

When it’s time to discuss long term legal and financial options and how to best prepare for them, we recommend you have a conversation with your loved ones as early as possible.

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Life Insurance – A Source For Needed Cash

According to the 2014 Census Bureau, 45% of adults ages 65 and older had incomes twice below the poverty threshold. No doubt the problem of elders living below the poverty line has grown to unacceptable levels.

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How Many People Need Long Term Care?

Nearly 70 percent of Americans who reach the age of 65 will need some form of long-term care in their lives for a period of three years or longer…

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My 88 Year Old Father Refuses To Give Up Driving….

For a family caregiver, the thought of confronting a loved one and asking for their car keys can result in a highly charged and emotional face-off. For many elders, driving represents their last vestige of freedom at a time when their physical limitations have already deprived them of their physical independence.

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Preventing Falls – Elder Caretaker Tips

For elders, no injuries are as risk intensive and dangerous as suffering a serious fall. As we age, our bones dehydrate, lose density and become brittle. By the time we reach our senior years, the ability to safely ambulate and keep one’s balance becomes more difficult and requires more support and assistance from others.

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Right To Die Becomes Law In California -2015

Proponents of the right-to-die movement believe that terminally ill patients have a fundamental right to choose how and under what circumstances they wish to die. From advance directives to physician-assisted dying, the choice to die with dignity…

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