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Notarizing Documents for Seniors With a Dementia Diagnosis

Notarizing Documents for Seniors With a Dementia Diagnosis

An Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis can be a challenging journey for the person and family alike. When the diagnosis occurs, a ticking clock begins on the timeline for getting proper and sound notarizations done for crucial legal documents.

What Will Your 2024 Social Security Benefits Look Like?

What Will Your 2024 Social Security Benefits Look Like?

In 2023, recipients of Social Security benefits saw the biggest increase in decades in their monthly checks. Although their payouts will indeed rise again in 2024, the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be considerably more modest.

The Cost of a Doctor’s Visit Is Out of Reach for Many Americans

The Cost of a Doctor’s Visit Is Out of Reach for Many Americans

Think about being ill and having to determine whether or not you can afford medical care. Unfortunately, for many Americans, seeking medical care hinges on affordability rather than medical necessity. About half of US adults have gone without or delayed medical care…

Nursing Home Checklist: What to Ask to Protect Those You Love

Nursing Home Checklist: What to Ask to Protect Those You Love

A nursing home resident’s well-being depends on you advocating for them. Residents in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are disproportionately affected by the flu, pneumonia, COVID 19, and other contagious diseases. According to the American Family Physician Journal,…

Dementia Directives for Hand Feeding and Hydration

Dementia Directives for Hand Feeding and Hydration

We have all witnessed friends and family members die slowly and dehumanizingly as a result of Alzheimer’s disease. In the final stages of this and other dementia diseases, there comes a time when your loved one can no longer speak,…

A Person Who Lives Alone Is at Greater Risk of Developing Dementia

A Person Who Lives Alone Is at Greater Risk of Developing Dementia

Increasingly, older Americans are aging in place. Nearly all older adults prefer to age in the comfort of their long-time homes and familiar community surroundings. Aging in place often means living alone. Pew Research findings show that older people are…

A Look at the Physical Challenges of Aging in Place

A Look at the Physical Challenges of Aging in Place

It is estimated that three out of four Americans over the age of 50 plan on aging in place according to AARP. These seniors are willing to employ alternative solutions to make it happen. The alternatives include home sharing (32%),…

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