3 Things To Do When Your Loved One Needs Paid Caregiving

As a family caregiver for a parent or spouse, it’s important to remember to keep your physical and mental health a priority. This is not only a tough time for your loved one, but also a difficult [...]

Elder Law

What to know about Living Wills

In the state of Alabama, adults over the age of 19 can draft living wills. This directive exists in cases where the author is unable to advise doctors of his or her wishes, either by [...]

7 Confusing Factors of Elder Care

As we and members of our family grow older, there may be a time when we can no longer care for ourselves. Whether brought on by a sudden injury or illness or even just the trials of getting [...]

Signs of Elder Abuse

Do you have an elderly loved one being cared for by someone other than yourself? Can you be certain your loved one is being treated in a positive and humane manner? Unfortunately, abuse is a [...]

There’s More To Estate Planning Than Just A Will

You may feel like you have your Estate plan in order because you have a Will. However, an Estate plan includes more than just a Will. HERE is a great article from the New York Times that reminds [...]

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

A “reverse” mortgage is a loan against your home that you do not have to pay back for as long as you live there. With a reverse mortgage, you can turn the value of your home into cash without [...]

Technology and Senior Living

When an elderly loved one is diagnosed with an illness that may prevent them from staying at home, the family can sometimes panic and feel helpless. We all want to live independently for as long [...]