According to research from the AARP, a clear majority of people would like to stay in their own home as they age – even if they require day-to-day assistance with activities of daily living. With a rapidly increasing senior population, demand for quality in-home care is beginning to skyrocket. Most at home care has traditionally … Continue reading Agency Care vs Private Employment
With the new year, I’ve entered my 36th year in the financial services industry. Just writing this fact feels strange. I’ve never characterized myself as a veteran of the industry, feeling instead that I’ve just hit my stride. The years however tell me differently and it’s easy to understand how senior professionals can feel marginalized. … Continue reading Financial Planning Does Not End at Retirement
At least 2 million older adults would benefit from home-based primary care, according to Health Affairs. Because these patients have difficulty getting to an office visit, they frequently end up in emergency rooms or hospitals. Per-patient savings range from $1,000 to $4,000 annually through reduced hospital and nursing home stays, emergency room trips and specialist … Continue reading House Calls Provide Better Care and Save Money. Why Don’t More Use Them?
Unmarried couples, face a variety of problematic and emotionally difficult issues because estate planning laws are written to favor married couples
More women are leaving the full-time labor force to care for aging parents.
More young adults are living at home than any other living arrangement.
The Long Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving quality of care, quality of life and dignity for elderly and disabled people in nursing homes, assisted living and other residential settings. LTCCC focuses on systemic advocacy, researching national and state policies, laws and regulations in order to identify relevant issues … Continue reading Nursing Home Staffing Reports for all 50 States