Your mom is getting older, and her health is changing. You’re starting to wonder if you put off considering her long-term care plans longer than you should have.
What would lead your dad to live in a nursing home? Lots of chronic health conditions can progress to a point where skilled nursing care in a nursing home is essential.
Have you ever thought about how much your mom’s doctor is allowed to tell you? The HIPAA Privacy Rule protects a patient’s medical and personal health information.
Your mom and dad are getting older. They could be the pictures of health, but you still need to talk to them about the importance of having a comprehensive care plan in mind.
Incapacity planning addresses how decisions get made if an accident, injury, or medical issue makes it impossible to act on one’s own.
Disagreements over an aging parent’s care are common and can be incredibly frustrating. Did you know that an elder care attorney can help end these disagreements?
If you want to protect your parents’ emotional, financial, and physical well-being, you need to start talking about powers of attorney designation, wills, and trusts.
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