Monthly Archives: June 2024

Prepare for Senior Living with Your Elder Law Attorney

Senior living looks different for each person who arrives at old age. For some, senior living is residing with family, several generations under one roof and all contributing to the household. For others, it is living alone in a house once vibrant with a life-long partner and raising children, now whispering with private caregivers and…
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5 Steps to Better Brain Health

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Awareness Month. The Alzheimer’s Association highlights this month to encourage all Americans to be aware of their brain health. With over 7 million Americans living with Alzheimer's, it’s a good time to remember that brain health is important and there are some risk factors we can control. The greatest…
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Incapacity Planning: When is the Right Time?

Diminished capacity is a sensitive subject for aging adults. And why wouldn’t it be? After decades of autonomy, the emotional, cognitive, and physical challenges of life can take their toll, threatening independence and exposing weakness. However difficult, incapacity can be discussed, and decisions documented in a detailed aging plan, giving direction for a time every…
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Beat the Heat: Hot Weather Tips for Seniors

Summer in Florida is upon us. There is no mistaking the fast-rising daily temperatures and afternoon storms that blow out as quickly as they blow in. It may be hot, but we can’t let the summer heat catch us unprepared. Whether you are a native Floridian or new to our hot and humid state, a…
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