Warning Signs Your Aging Parent May Need Memory Care Soon

Warning Signs Your Aging Parent May Need Memory Care Soon

Becoming more forgetful can be as natural a symptom of aging as gray hair. How do you decipher this forgetfulness from more serious symptoms of Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia that may require a greater level of care? Let us review warning signs your aging parent may need memory care soon. If your parent has been repeatedly asking the same question or losing his or her train of thought mid-sentence, this can be a warning sign. If your...
Your Parents Do Not Have to “Go It Alone” When it Comes to Nursing Home Planning

Your Parents Do Not Have to “Go It Alone” When it Comes to Nursing Home Planning

Have you found that planning for long-term care can be complex? It is true. Not only is every individual’s situation unique, but every state has their own eligibility rules for Medicaid. It may be important to seek out and consult with an experienced elder law attorney in your area to get assistance navigating these intricacies. These are some of the common mistakes that people make when applying for Medicaid without the assistance of a...
Three Technology Tips for Seniors

Three Technology Tips for Seniors

During the Covid-19 pandemic, have you considered that many senior citizens have come to rely on using technology to stay connected to friends and family? Now, even after being vaccinated, seniors may find that continuing to keep abreast of new technology to keep in touch with loved ones may be an important tool for the future. Let us take a look at three technology tips for seniors to use moving forward. Make Sure You are Secure. Prior to...
Why Your Aging Parent Needs a Power of Attorney NOW

Why Your Aging Parent Needs a Power of Attorney NOW

Have you heard that one of the most important estate planning documents may be the durable power of attorney? This document can give a trusted adult the ability to manage the affairs of another, should that individual become incapacitated. If there is not a valid power of attorney in place before becoming incapacitated, then the court may appoint a guardian for the individual, and it may not be who the incapacitated person would have...