There are many reasons why having a deep-hearted discussion with an aging loved one may present a large challenge. The good news is, you’re not alone.
Caregiver burnout is a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion caused by the prolonged and overwhelming stress of caregiving.
While wandering cannot be completely prevented, it is important to understand why he/she may be wandering and make a plan to lower the chances.
While it may often be difficult for the person affected by dementia to properly express themselves, they often still experience feelings and emotions. Check out our tips for communication.
Dementia is not a single disease; it’s an overall term – like heart disease – that covers a wide range of medical conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more about the warning signs.
No one likes to be told that their cognitive and physical abilities are declining. By finding creative ways to address concerns you can keep the conversation open and free of controversy.
It is often hard for an older adult to admit that they need assistance with daily tasks, especially when it comes to managing their finances and paying the bills. Learn how to identify if your parents need help.
With the costs of eldercare rising, many are left wondering how they will afford to cover their expenses both short and long term. We share a few reasons to work with a financial advisor.
An Elder Law Attorney specialize in servicing our aging population with legal matters as they relate to health care, long term planning, estate planning, Social Security, Medicare/Medicaid, and more.
Very few of us want to face the fact that there will come a day our parents will no longer be with us in the physical – and the harsh reality is that failing to plan is planning to fail.
For many seniors, driving is more than the physical act itself. But as we age there are certain ailments that start to affect our ability to safely maneuver a vehicle.
There are many laws pertaining to trust and estate planning, it’s imperative to work with an Elder Law Attorney who is aware of any changes that may occur at the state and federal level.
With the costs of eldercare rising, many are left wondering how they will afford to cover their expenses both short and long term. It’s important to find the the right person to fit your needs.
Moving can often be a stressful and time-consuming, and emotional and dreaded task. Senior Move Managers specialize in assisting older adults with every step.
Making the decision to sell your long-time home can be overwhelming; choosing a REALTOR® that is a good fit for you and your unique needs can be a whole other story.
Here’s a list of questions to guide your conversation with your parents or loved one. The answers will help you develop a financial elder care plan together.
When it comes to your aging loved one’s finances or legal plans, you may be left in the dark wondering if they have figured it out or if there even is a plan.
Many seniors are choosing to stay in their homes and receive care over moving to an assisted living community. Before making the decision, it’s important to understand all of your options.
When determining the best home care option for yourself or a loved one it’s important to understand the options that are available and how each of them will help you meet your needs.
Finding the right home care agency for you or your loved one can be compared to finding the right job. Our resources help us develop a list of questions to ask.
Whether or not you have already conducted some of the initial research before you visit the community, think about what you want to get out of your time there.
In today’s day in age, Assisted Living communities are popping up all over the place and the biggest challenge is understanding which one is right for you.
Whether you are in a moment of “crisis” or planning ahead, oftentimes it can be very difficult to start the process of looking for the right Home Care agency for yourself or a loved one.