Helping an older parent or loved one who is facing medical, legal, financial, or other challenges associated with aging can be difficult. We know how challenging it can be to provi...
Helping an older parent or loved one who is facing medical, legal, financial, or other challenges associated with aging can be difficult. We know how challenging it can be to provide valuable support for your parents, particularly if you live far away. Are your parents safe living alone? Are your loved ones receiving the medical assistance they need? Is someone taking advantage of your parents’ finances? Ensuring the well-being of someone you love can be an overwhelming task.
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Paying for Senior Living
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Non-Medical Home Care
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Your parent may need help with their activities of daily living, such as dressing, eating, bathing or using the bathroom. They may also need someone to cook meals, do laundry and keep their home clean, if they aren’t able to care for themselves in those ways anymore. And depending on their health status, they may need 24-hour supervision.
Types of Long Term Care
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Whether your loved one needs skilled medical care or just a little help in a home-like setting, there are several options when it comes to long-term care.
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