Category Archives: Assisted Living

Elder Law Seminars: Honoring Choices

During the next couple of months, my elder law seminars will be focusing on “Honoring Choices” in regards to your health care planning, should you become ill or in case of an emergency.  Below is a listing of my upcoming … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Budget Proposal Would Radically Change MassHealth Estate Recovery Rules and the Elder Law Practice

March 2, 2016   In January, Governor Charlie Baker released his administration’s budget proposal for 2017. While the plan covers numerous areas, one part, Outside Section 11 or “OS 11,” proposes changes that would significantly expand the scope of estate recovery … Continue reading

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What do We have in Common with Scotland and Minnesota?

            Scotland and Minnesota have something in common, it turns out that they are among a handful of places where local governments are being encouraged by the state to develop “dementia-friendly communities.”   Dementia in Scotland, Winter 2014/15 – Issue 85 … Continue reading

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My Resolutions and Yours

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            As I write this, it is still December.  When you read it, it will likely already be January.  December is a time for reflection; January is a time for new resolutions.  Let me tell you my resolutions and suggest … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Memory Care Unit

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Is it still safe for you and your loved one, who has dementia symptoms, to live at home?  Are you feeling increasingly isolated and unsafe, but feel there is no place you can turn except the dreaded worst option, the … Continue reading

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