As over 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day, the financial and legal challenges that come with aging will only continue to grow, as well . . .
If you decide that it would be wise to include long-term care insurance in your financial plans, there are ways to reduce the costs—if you study all of your options.
If you’re considering long-term care insurance as you begin your journey along the gray mile, you need to know your options—and whether you can even qualify . . .
If you're making any kind of plan for your future journey along the gray mile, you have to at least consider long term care insurance . . .
It doesn’t matter how young or how healthy you are. Along the gray mile, life happens. That’s why it’s important to make your important medical and legal wishes known in writing. Today.
There are a number of different options for care as your loved one. A Continuing Care Retirement Community offers the most options in one place . . .
There is a truism within the senior living industry that independent living has become assisted living and assisted living has become nursing. Where once they may have had clear, separate identities, any division between them is now clearly quite gray . . .
Whether you hire a home care worker from an agency or independently, you’ll want to ensure you ask the right questions to make the best selection.
Finding the right non-medical home care agency can be challenging. However, as you journey along the gray mile, you can make the right decisions by asking the right questions.
As a caregiver for a parent, you may encounter a number of financial challenges as you journey along the gray mile. By addressing them early, you can better prepare for their future and your own, as well . . .