Category 'Paying for Eldercare'

Brain Health for Family Caregivers; Payment Options for In-Home Care

These and other stories are in the May edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Better Budgeting for the Sandwich Generation

A 2013 Pew Foundation survey reports that nationwide, at least 15 percent of middle-aged adults are financially supporting both children and aging parents.

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Little-Known Veterans Benefit – Aid and Attendance

Many veterans are unaware of the Aid and Attendance (A&A) monetary benefit.

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Three Ways to Pay for Home Care

Home care costs vary depending on the number of hours of service and the level of care needed. To help you choose how to best pay for your home caregiver needs, consider these three options.

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The Financial Downside of Family Caregiving

Caring at home for an aging loved one is an honorable and rewarding role. Yet, caregiving is not without emotional and physical challenges, and sometimes, deep financial sacrifices.

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Falls Are No. 1 Cause of Spinal Cord Injuries; Dementia Care Costs More Than Cancer and Heart Disease

These and other stories are in the September edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Right at Home Honors Family Caregivers in November

National Family Caregivers Month recognizes the nearly 66 million family caregivers across the United States throughout November.

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Treating Dementia Costs More Than Treating Cancer, Study Says

New research on the financial burden of dementia for Americans reveals that dementia care costs are at least as high as heart disease or cancer care costs and perhaps higher.

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The Medicare Learning Network®

The Medicare Learning Network is now available to help answer questions, explain policy changes and distribute information about Medicare and Medicaid.

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Don't Forget Caregiver Tax Deductions

If an adult child of an aging parent hires a caregiver to take care of their needs–reminding to take meds, cooking a healthy meal, helping bathe—they may have the ability to get a tax deduction.

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