Category 'Paying for Eldercare'

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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Dealing with Estates and Inheritances

Too often, families fight over inheritances. The clash may be over heirlooms, land, or money, and these fights erupt when there isn’t a will and even at times when estate-planning measures were put in practice. Sometimes, these conflicts are the last straw for families under stress, and family members may swear that they will never speak to one another again. The best way to reduce and avoid these conflicts is by anticipating these conflicts.

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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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How to effectively deal with regressing family members to make Parent caregiving decisions

When the whole family comes together to discuss the future of the parent’s care, it’s unlikely that everyone will be blissfully happy and cooperative like the families you see in television advertisements. Follow these tips to work towards the best possible outcome for your loved one.

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Keep Seniors Safe With Home Modifications

The floors are too slick, and the stairs are too many. Most homes in America are not designed to accommodate the needs of people age 65 and older.

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Geriatric Care Managers Help Families With Caring for Loved Ones

The care manager is the central link between the senior’s family and friends, primary physician, healthcare facilities, home care agency, pharmacy, attorney and any other facet of the client’s care.

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Senior-Youth Relationships Provide Social, Emotional and Physical Benefits

In schools where older adults regularly volunteer in classrooms, the children actually score higher in reading. In a program with elderly Alzheimer’s patients, those who participated together with college students in exercise sessions experienced a mood boost and held steady in cognitive decline.

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