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Reflections on Independence Day

July 6, 2019

This weekend, many American families are celebrating the July 4th holiday with some combination of cookouts, fireworks, family get-togethers, and parades. But if you’re caring for an elderly relative, this summer holiday can be a bittersweet one. The celebration of…

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Making the Most of Care Plan Meetings – Part 2

June 27, 2019

In the first article in this series, we talked about how Care Plans are developed shortly after an older adult is admitted to a long-term care facility. What happens with the Care Plan if the elder will be in the…

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Making the Most of Care Plan Meetings – Part 1

June 20, 2019

Nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and other long-term facilities that accept Medicaid and Medicare must abide by federal laws governing residents’ rights. One of those rights involves creating a Care Plan for the resident. Federal law provides that, to the extent…

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How Much Does It Cost?

June 13, 2019

Just about everyone I see asks this question: What’s it going to cost? Some ask it when they first contact the firm. Some want to know after they’ve made their appointment. Others tiptoe around the question, asking it in all…

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