Everything you need to know when choosing care for you or your loved one! We completely understand how difficult it is to navigate the complex world of senior care. How do you know where to start? Do we hire an elder law attorney first? Should we meet with our local VA representative? What’s the difference between Medicare and Medicaid? Should we look into assisted living or home care? How do you choose the first step?
Not as many people are aware, but every one of us is impacted by Alzheimer’s disease. Maybe the disease affects somebody we know – we’re all just a few degrees of separation away from someone suffering from the disease. We are all indirectly paying the bill as Alzheimer’s will cost our government $277 billion by the end of 2018, and that does not reflect informal care. Nationally, 5.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s, every 66 seconds
In addition to providing one on one consultations, The Livingston Foundation educates through classes, events and media, continuing the cannabis conversation without stigma. Our mission is to increase health, hope and happiness through cannabis education. The Livingston Foundation provides free, confidential help to those wanting to learn more about how to access and use medical cannabis. As a cannabis patient myself, I know how overwhelming it can be to learn about this complex plant that
The mission of the PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources is to improve access to long term services and supports for individuals, their loved ones and caregivers, regardless of age, income, or ability, through an integrated network of partner agencies committed to expanding the use of community based solutions, promoting person centered decision making, and enhancing the quality of services. PA Link provides a myriad of services including: • Person-Centered Counseling (PCC) – Is
The Pennsylvania Treasury Department is currently holding more than $2.3 billion in unclaimed property, with about one in 10 residents eligible to recoup that property. Unclaimed property is any financial asset that has been left inactive by the owner for a period of seven years or more. If no lawful owner claims the property at that time, it is transferred to the Treasury. The most common kinds of unclaimed property include savings and checking accounts,
You’ve may have heard the phrase “use it or lose it” in reference to certain types of learning—perhaps speaking a foreign language—or maybe regarding physical fitness. But did you ever stop to think this might be relevant for your brain as well? The human brain is the largest muscle in our bodies. And research indicates that the more we work it, the better it works! Mentally stimulating activities are associated with a variety of brain