The Moment Every Alzheimer’s Caregiver Lives For
This tender exchange between a daughter and her mother with late-stage Alzheimer's will warm your soul.
The ‘Minor’ Heart Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
Caregivers are infamous for overlooking their own health concerns, but ignoring these warning signs could be dangerous.
Things You Can and Can't Do With POA
A Power of Attorney (POA) is one of the most common legal documents that a caregiver has to deal with.
Exploring the Concept of Single Gender Senior Living
I recently toured a veteran's home. The facility was beautiful, but one thing struck me as unusual: there were no women.
How to Find (and Afford) an Elder Law Attorney
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The Caregiver & Dysfunctional Families: How are you doing?
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My Mom cannot afford assisted living. What do I do?
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Instead of having an outsider come in to care for my parents, can I get paid…
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What to do when relative refuses to leave home and is danger to herself?
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My "whine moment today". What's yours?
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This Simple Step Will Slash an Older Adult's Identity Theft Risk
A new online service from the Social Security Administration meant to make beneficiaries' lives easier could also increase their risk of being scammed.
4 Elder Law Organization Techniques That Helped Us Care for Dad
Being an elder law attorney prepared me well for the day when the symptoms of my father's memory loss became debilitating.
Addressing Alzheimers' Elephant in the Room
The increased focus on Alzheimer's research is promising, but these efforts have all but ignored the behavioral symptoms of dementia.
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