Tag Archives: Health

Living Wills and Health Care Proxies: The Terri Schiavo Case

The Terri Schiavo case is a landmark case that was on everyone’s minds. The bitter battle between her family and her husband lasted a decade and a half after Terri suddenly collapsed in 1990. However, her story has had an enormous impact on American consciousness, demonstrating the importance of having a living will and health care […]
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Choosing a Respite Caregiver

Respite care: Short-term services for elderly and disabled people so their primary caregivers get a break. Providing care for an aging parent or relative can be an all-consuming task, especially if it involves dealing with serious illnesses. Even patient and loving caregivers need to rest and rejuvenate on occasion. In fact, studies have shown that […]
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Q&A: Medicaid Planning

There are many things to consider when applying for Medicaid and the process can be very confusing. It’s also important to start planning for Medicaid before you actually need to apply. Below are some frequently asked questions we hear from individuals regarding Medicaid planning and eligibility. Question: What is Medicaid? Answer: Medicaid is a Federally, […]
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Q&A: Special Needs Planning

With October being National Special Needs Law Month, it’s a good opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions regarding special needs planning. Question: What is Special Needs Planning? Answer: Special Needs Planning is a holistic approach to assisting individuals with special needs – such as physical or intellectual disabilities and their families with legal issues […]
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