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July 24, 2023 DLG

LASA stands for "look-alike-sound-alike" and is commonly used when referencing medications in healthcare. Both Medicare and Medicaid were started in 1965 under Lyndon B. Johnson's administration in response to the inability of older

July 10, 2023 DLG

The U.S. is undergoing demographic and cultural changes. The baby boomer generation continues to “gray” the country and is changing the way individual states set budgets and health care policies. More attention will

June 19, 2023 DLG

Travel by people with disabilities is commonly referred to as “accessible travel” and “disabled travel”. There is a lot to consider when traveling with a disability. Proper research, planning, and preparation are crucial.

June 12, 2023 DLG

Your loved one's well-being depends on how you advocate for them in a nursing home. Residents in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are disproportionately affected by the flu, pneumonia, COVID 19,

May 22, 2023 DLG

If you are planning for your future, both financially and in terms of health care, you might be wondering what estate planning and elder law are and how they differ. Estate planning and

May 15, 2023 DLG

Families and individuals with low incomes can get health insurance through Medicaid. However, because of the steep costs associated with long-term care, Medicaid planning is a growing trend for individuals with higher net

May 1, 2023 DLG

A growing number of technologies may soon be used to manage long-term care (LTC) for older adults using artificial intelligence (AI). The increasing relevance and adoption of AI have sparked debate over whether

April 3, 2023 DLG

Medicaid is a federal program that provides financial assistance to individuals who meet the minimum income and asset requirements for nursing home care, assisted living, in-home care, and adult foster care. As a

March 20, 2023 DLG

Homeownership is a dream that every American strives for. Owning a home is often the most significant and valuable possession in someone's life. So when health begins to fail and the need for

March 6, 2023 DLG

When you become seriously ill or injured, nursing home care can cost an astronomical amount. You might also know that Medicare would cover only a minimal amount of those costs. Private insurance doesn’t