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We often speak with families who are concerned about the driving ability of their elderly loved ones. Giving up driving it very difficult because it can signal a great loss of independence. However, a senior need not lose all independence, just because he gives up...
People often think about speaking with an Elder Law attorney when an older person faces the high cost of nursing home care. Many times people wait even longer...after they have paid most of their nest-egg on care and realize that in a few short months they will have...
Families are often paralyzed when they become aware that a family member is suffering from dementia. But for a number of reasons families must help the loved one take appropriate action as soon as they become aware of the problem. First, it is critical that...
Most patients and their family members are not entirely surprised when a diagnosis of dementia is made by a physician. The patient and the family member have probably been noticing subtle changes for some time. However, when these suspicions are confirmed by a...