Veronica graduated from Texas A&M University in 1988 with a BBA in Business Analysis. In 1991 she began employment with The Packard Foundation, which provides grants to non-pr...
Veronica graduated from Texas A&M University in 1988 with a BBA in Business Analysis. In 1991 she began employment with The Packard Foundation, which provides grants to non-profit organizations. After leaving The Packard Foundation, Veronica began her career as a financial advisor with a major brokerage firm in 1994, where she became a Certified Financial Planner in 1997. She became self employed in September 2000 after receiving her designation as a Registered Investment Advisor. Veronica feels that her present endeavor enables her to more thoroughly meet the needs of her clients through comprehensive fee-only financial planning.
First step to helping your loved ones is to learn
Paying for Senior Living
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Non-Medical Home Care
5 minutes read
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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