Evicted from a nursing home? It happens more than you might think

Facing the challenges of finding appropriate long term care is difficult enough without the complication of being evicted from your home.

Moving a loved one into a nursing home can be difficult. Getting settled in a new environment, surrounded by strangers, is a challenge for anyone, often made harder if the person has cognitive impairment. Once the transition is made, family members hope it will be a long-term solution. [Read more…]

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How Understanding Long-Term Care Can Expand Reverse Mortgage Business

You’ve planned for retirement, but have you planned for care?

Encouraging financial preparedness in later life is a core discussion point for people who work in the reverse mortgage profession, and industry literature is rife with examples concerning ways in which the wealth and savings of older Americans can often be unprepared to withstand and extend through […]

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Financial Planning Long-term care (LTC) is hard to think about. No one likes to talk about it, and not many people have properly planned to safeguard their retirement. I have found people don’t usually bring up this topic unless they are dealing with aging parents who need long-term care now (or […]

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Exciting new treatment possibilities for Alzheimer’s shows real promise! 

Focused ultrasound is a safe and effective way to target and open areas of the blood-brain barrier, potentially allowing for new treatment approaches to Alzheimer’s disease, according to initial study results presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). 

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