Assisted Living is Ideal for Many Seniors, but Complaints About Quality of Care are On the Rise

Last fall, in its October 2017 issue, the authoritative magazine Consumer Reports ran a very intriguing and insightful cover story. The photo showed the hand of a frail senior being tenderly held by a much younger hand, beneath the headline, “Who Will Care for You?” The subtitle said, “Understanding the facts about elder care and…

Read more

Cognitive Impairment and Personal Finance: Recognizing the Warning Signs in Someone You Love

According to the Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.org) one senior in three passes away with some form of dementia – and those numbers are increasing. So that presents a pretty strong likelihood that an aging person you love is starting to deal with the effects of cognitive impairment. Every month there are many articles appearing that discuss…

Read more