Protecting an Elderly Loved One

  • 3 Reasons Why An Assisted Living Facility Is A Great Fit For Your Loved One

    5 December 2017

    If you have a loved one that can't quite care for themselves completely, but can still do a lot of things on their own, then you may want to discuss with them the possibility of living in an assisted living facility. This type of facility is often a great fit for many elderly people who still enjoy their independence, but need to be able to get help at different times during the day.

  • Medical Help For The Elderly: How Can A Medicaid Specialist Assist An Aging Individual?

    3 December 2017

    Do you have an elderly loved one who is struggling to afford the cost of healthcare? If your loved one lives on a fixed income, it may not be possible for him or her to spend hundreds of dollars on co-pays after receiving treatment. Your loved one may be spending a lot of his or her fixed income on doctor's visits, prescription medication, and long-term care. If you're concerned because this person is now struggling and needs long-term care, speaking to a Medicaid specialist is a great way to get help for your loved one.

  • Are You Relocating For A Promotion? 3 Strategies For Managing Your Family Caregiving Duties From A Long-Distance

    1 December 2017

    Over the years, you've grown accustomed to helping your aging loved one manage their daily routine at their home. Now, a recent opportunity to advance your career has left you with mixed feelings about moving away. While you wish that you could take your loved one with you, it is clear that they prefer to avoid moving to a new state. As you plan this next big step in life, use these strategies to make sure that your loved one continues to enjoy a high quality of life even though you live further away.

  • 3 Tips For Dealing With Your Parent's Alzheimer's Diagnosis

    30 November 2017

    Learning that your parent has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's can be incredibly sad and anxiety-inducing. Processing the news emotionally, taking practical steps to help your parent, and learning as much as possible about Alzheimer's are all important steps to take. Here are a few tips for dealing with your parent's Alzheimer's diagnosis in a healthy way: Look Into Alzheimer's Memory Care Once a parent is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, it's time to start looking into memory care, which is assisted living specifically for those with dementia.