MetLife has released its annual Market Survey of Long-Term Care costs and the results as might be expected are not promising unless you have a career in long-term care.
Part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 that was signed into law Jan.2 repealed the CLASS Act and replaced it by creating a Commission on Long-Term Care.
Last week on the AgingOptions radio show Jerry asked some questions about electronic medical records. I thought I’d try to answer a few questions here.
A study out of Johns Hopkins and reported in the JAMA Internal Medicine in January links hearing loss to cognitive decline in older adults.
According to Aon Hewitt, a human resources group, 80 percent of U.S. companies say that they’re making financial wellness a top priority for 2013.
And now for some good news about aging.
[audio:https://agingoptions.com/audio/01-19-13 Aging Optings hr-1.mp3] Download » 1st Hour Topics In which Rajiv Nagaich, elder law attorney talks about the difference between a Safe Harbor Trust and a revocable trust, whether it’s ever too late for a Safe Harbor Trust and are Safe Harbor Trusts useful for single people.Details
A couple weeks ago on the AgingOptions Radio show Rajiv and Jerry talked about whether or not it would be a good idea to get a test done to see if you had the genes for dementia or some other disease.
If you have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another disease that will impact their ability to function independently, you’re going to need legal help to handle the financial obligations that your loved one will incur or has already incurred.