Tag Archives: Caregiver Homes

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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Making Your Vacation Home, and the Community it is in, Safe

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 Did you and your family get a chance to get away this summer?  If so, perhaps it was to a place near the water, perhaps a cottage on a lake or by the ocean.  It may be a cottage you … Continue reading

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One Limitation of a Health Care Proxy

Last week, my long-time client, Frank, met with me.  He was distraught because his wife, Mary, who suffers signs of increasing dementia and who had been agitated and not sleeping well for months, has now become aggressive too.  She is … Continue reading

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SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS: IT’S A PLANNING MATTER

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I just read an interesting article from AARP that provided information to help you determine when and how to take your Social Security benefits and how you should relate that decision to your broader financial planning for retirement.  I regularly … Continue reading

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