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July 12, 2016

Legal and Financial Resources for People with Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder presents families with a plethora of unique challenges, including the burden of legal and financial issues. This resource list offers an overview of useful brochures, handbooks, tool kits, and other materials to help people with Alzheimer’s ...

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July 12, 2016

Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Disease State Plan

“Alzheimer’s disease has an impact on every single person in this state,” Duke said. Members of the Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Disease Planning Committee and Secretary of Aging Brian Duke launched the development of a Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Disease State Plan. In February of this year, Gov. ...

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July 12, 2016

Nursing Home Use By Medicaid Senior Plummeting

For 15 years, long-stay nursing home care by seniors enrolled in Medicaid has been plummeting. Although the reason behind it isn't clear, there is likely a number of reasons. (Related: Long-Term-Care Insurance Dilemma) First, state Medicaid programs have been shifting care from nursing facilities to ...

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July 12, 2016

Happy Veterans Day

The Elder Care Firm wants to wish a heartfelt thank you to all the Veterans and Surviving Spouses of Veterans out there on this very special day. Many of our clients our veterans and surviving spouses, on this day we ...

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July 12, 2016

Michigan Asset Protection Planning with the Castle Trust

Michigan Asset Protection Trust | Castle Trust Asset protection planning is one of the most important aspects of any estate planning or retirement planning these days, especially for Michigan seniors in this economy.  A new tool in the estate planning tool ...

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July 12, 2016

Muskegon County’s Alternative Court for U.S. Combat Veterans

Muskegon County's alternative court for veterans would initially focus on high-risk and high-need veterans By Chris Berry A Muskegon County alternative court for combat veterans of high-risk and great-need could be the first court of its kind in Michigan to be certified by the ...

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