November is a busy month with many important causes in the spotlight! Touching on a few of our favorites, this month marks a period of awareness for Long-Term Care, Alzheimer’s Disease, Family Caregivers, and even Adopt a Senior Pet!
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Have we learned a lot in the last year? Obviously not in the classroom. But there are a lot of takeaways from 2020. And resilience is but one. Planning ahead another. For many working from home became a new experience. It turned routines upside down. Required new or upgraded equipment. Increased productivity along with frustration
No worries. This is not a solicitation for a new online dating site. But it is an alert for single women. No matter how the single occurred – never married, divorced, widowed – we are all at great risk for needing assistance for long-term care. Consider: We outlive men. But we provide care for them. About
“When he goes in,” is a phrase we hear daily. It makes the hair on the nape of my neck twitch. Mainly because the assumptions behind the phrase are faulty and way, way out of date. First, if no long-term care insurance (LTCI), she will be the hands-on caregiver. He’s not going anywhere. Second, according