The COVID-19 pandemic has many Americans concerned about the safety of those they love including children, friends and especially older family members. The CDC notes that among adults, the risk for severe illness from COVID-19 increases with age, with older adults over age 65 being at highest risk.
Family caregivers work tirelessly to give their loved ones a better quality of life. August is Wellness Month, and it’s a great time to remind caregivers to take a step back and think about their own wellness.
Answers to your concerns about elders who appear to be declining into dementia.
Basics of elder law, including information about powers of attorney.
What you need to know about establishing guardianship or conservatorship.
Learn how to manage your loved one’s transition from hospital to home or rehab.
How to discuss options for elders who need more care than they can get at home.
Discharge orders can be confusing; what do you need to know to make them clearer?
Dementia diagnosis? Here are considerations you must include in your planning.
Legal and financial options for Medicaid planning.