Your elderly mother is getting forgetful and confused. What do you do now?
Providing care for an aging relative or loved one is often physical and emotionally challenging. Learn how to recognize the early signs of burnout – and how to prevent it.
A government report reveals a troubling pattern among Medicare enrollees in their last year of life.
As many family caregivers know all too well, caring for an elderly loved one can overwhelm you quickly.
There are other types of policies and investments that you can use to get long-term care benefits.
Family members of all kinds have fought over money matters since time immemorial, but it may be worse for cash-strapped caregiving families. The costs of caregiving activities, including hiring aides, buying supplie, and covering medical and pharmacy copays, negatively affect family caregivers’ pocketbooks and morale.
If caregiving looms in your future — and it likely does if you’re a daughter, an only child or the one (if you are, you know what I mean) — take time now to protect your financial life.
Legislation introduced last week in the House of Representatives would reform the tax code in an effort to make long-term care insurance more affordable and accessible for older adults.
Why Elder Law Is Necessary? In two words: baby boomers.
If you are one of the many people who start getting serious about their finances as they reach their 50s, enjoy this guide for your next steps.