Category Archives: Legal and Financial

Dementia Diagnosis – Now What?

Dementia is an umbrella term that covers many different types of cognitive impairment. Whether you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, vascular dementia, or dementia with Lewy bodies, absorbing the impact of a life-changing diagnosis can be challenging. It can be scary to think about how this diagnosis will…
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Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

Our inboxes are filled with tempting messages to “click here” for savings and frightening demands to “call now” to avoid financial ruin. It’s a dizzying array of mixed messaging that has only one purpose – to scam the individual receiving the message by phone or email. Protecting yourself and your aging loved one from financial…
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Taking Care of Others: Why Case Management? Part 2

In our previous blog, Why Case Management? Real Life Examples Part 1, we looked at real-life examples when Case Management became a lifeline for seniors in need. In this blog, we will continue to explore additional real-life situations that benefited greatly from the services of a caring Case Manager. As family dynamics continue to change,…
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Assisted Living Contract: Buyer Be Aware

You don’t want to wait for a crisis to start planning for a move to senior living. Delayed decision-making and lack of research are two reasons seniors and their families come to the table of an assisted living admission feeling vulnerable and uninformed. Volumes of paperwork must be signed and, for the exhausted family member…
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