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How to Start a Conversation about Dementia

When an elder comes down with dementia it’s not only stressful and heartbreaking, but it can be one of the most horrific things your family has to go through. Dementia causes sporadic loss of memory, cognitive dysfunction, hallucinations, confusion and mood swings, among other symptoms. […]

By |2020-05-06T23:33:05-04:00December 13th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care, Ohio Alzheimer's Care|0 Comments

Alzheimer’s – Planning for the Future

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the most devastating pieces of news anyone can face. It turns your life upside down and hammers home a lot of things. Among these is the necessity to plan your future. When the time comes that your affairs have to be settled, you definitely want things in [...]

Where to Begin With Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease

Unfortunately Alzheimer’s disease is something that a large number of elderly and families with elderly loved ones must face. While the focus of discussions after diagnosis often focuses on treatment, one area that is often avoided is the financial aspect of the disease.   […]

By |2020-05-06T23:33:05-04:00October 11th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care, Ohio Alzheimer's Care|0 Comments

HSAs and Medicare

Do you or your spouse have a health savings account or an HSA? They are a great benefit that can be coupled with a high deductible insurance plan that is offered by many companies. You may be wondering how your HSA might interact with Medicare or Medicare benefits. Let’s take a look. […]

Ease the Pain With a Letter of Instruction

The death of a loved one is a very emotional experience. During that time close loved ones might not be thinking clearly and may not be able to handle the stress of making certain decisions. Because of this you might want to consider leaving a letter of instruction. Funeral Arrangements The first thing that you [...]

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