Choosing the right hospital and the right hospice program can make all the difference. We want to decide where we receive care and who will provide it. These points will help you make the right decision for the care you need and want.
Many parents plan to give things to their children in their Wills. As we live longer, with an increasing number of chronic conditions, we may be tempted to give things away while our hands are still warm. But, should we give it away?
We all know the two biggest lies: “The check is in the mail” and “Of course I’ll respect you in the morning.” Do you know what the third is? It is a lie we never intend to be a lie: “I’ll never send you to a nursing home.” Read more for three things you can do to meet your parents’ needs and their wishes.
This year, instead of socks and perfume, consider gifts which will make life better all year round for your grandparents. Gifts which make it easier, safer and more enjoyable to live at home are available for every budget. Consider these 19 best gifts for grandparents this holiday season and all year.
These organizations provide free legal help for veterans whether you need to be matched to a qualified attorney or want to attend legal clinics for veterans.
What is Medicare? How is it different from Medicaid? Which Medicare policy is right for you? Traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage. Read more for helpful information on Medicare policies for seniors.