Another “ask the expert” question featured at www.est8planning.com. This one deals with the tough situation of having to override a senior family member’s choices when he she loses the ability to make good decisions.
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Here is another featured question from the ElderCareMatters website. It deals with Medicaid qualification.
Another ask the expert question featured at www.eldercarematters.com. This one deals with the portability of estate planning documents and capacity to sign documents.
Here is another of the “ask the expert” questions featured at www.eldercarematters.com.
I was honored by being named the featured elder care expert of the week on the national website, ElderCareMatters.com. Each day, I will be answering questions posed by people from across the U.S. Here is the first question and my answer.
Long-Term Care planning can be both daunting and difficult. There are many traps for the unwary, but there are also some very good resources available to assist in the process of choosing the right approach.
PACE is a little-known program that may offer promising alternatives for elder care.
The New York Times reports that the Obama administration is putting “death panels” back into its overhaul of our health care system. It is using regulation to accomplish what it could not achieve through the legislative process.
If your ohana includes someone who has special needs, you should be aware of the planning opportunities that can provide for that person without sacrificing eligibility for benefits.
MYFOXNY.COM – Authorities in Jersey City have arrested a home healthcare worker and charged her with abusing an elderly patient. The arrest came after the family of the elderly woman suspected something was wrong after finding bruises on her. They recorded video of the alleged abuse captured via a webcam and Skype. A family member… Read More »