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Five facts About Dementia Caregiving

Dementia including the prevalence of Alzheimer's Disease in the American population is creating difficult caregiving experiences for the family members who are primarily responsible for providing care. Even though you understand your loved one's dementia behaviors are a symptom of…

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Protecting Your People and Pets

Now especially, it is crucial to be prepared if you or someone in your family gets so sick they can’t make decisions about health care or finances. Banks, insurance companies, and medical providers will not listen to what another person…

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Holding a Family Caregiving Meeting

A family caregiving meeting is an essential tool when dealing with the care of an aging loved one. These meetings are beneficial for helping to keep all family members abreast of decisions that need to be made along with changes…

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Open Jobs at Nursing Homes Going Unfilled

There are federal regulatory standards that nursing homes must meet for providing qualified registered nursing staff. According to McKnight’s.com, fully three-quarters of nursing homes seldom meet the federally registered nurse (RN) staffing level guidelines. In particular, on the weekends, nursing…

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Filial Support for Elder Care

The astronomical expense of long-term nursing care is no longer news. Costs can run around $7,000.00 or more per month, depending on location. Hundreds of thousands of people presently need that kind of care and the numbers are rising. Ten…

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Quality of Life in End of Life Planning

We, lawyers, prepare powers-of-attorney documents so that when our clients can no longer act for themselves, the documents will convey on other trusted people the authority to act on our clients’ behalf. But when it comes to actually using those…

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