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August 15, 2022 DLG

Nearly seventy percent of retirees in the United States will require some type of long-term care (LTC), states the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), according to Genworth research, median annual

August 8, 2022 DLG

Many elderly Americans take multiple prescription medications concurrently, known as polypharmacy. The more medications a person takes, the higher the risk of dangerous drug-drug interactions and increased possibility of inappropriate prescribing, adverse drug

July 4, 2022 DLG

In a study, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has found that almost 75% of Americans who retire will need some form of long-term care (LTC), Genworth expects the median

June 27, 2022 DLG

If you believe that you will not be able to qualify for long-term care benefits due to Medicaid's strict income and asset limits, you might want to consider thinking again. If you currently

June 13, 2022 DLG

Losing a loved one's memory can be a struggle for the entire family. The person who has been the head of the family may soon fade from the person they once were, leaving

June 6, 2022 DLG

Most older adults consider estate planning to be essential. Yet, nearly half of Americans age 55 or more do not have a will, and even fewer have designated powers of attorney, a living

May 9, 2022 DLG

If it is possible that a loved one will need Medicaid assistance within the next few years, that person should not give gifts. This can be sad if that person gets joy out

April 25, 2022 DLG

During the time he waited for his Texas house to close, Michael was enjoying his stay in Florida. Unfortunately, he took a bad fall and ended up in a Florida hospital. He had

April 18, 2022 DLG

People who care for both their children and aging parents simultaneously are referred to as part of the sandwich generation. Although generation is part of the phrase, it does not refer to people

April 11, 2022 DLG

We are seeing more and more of us receiving or becoming eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the medical community, vaccinated individuals are significantly less likely to contract COVID-19; however, they