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10 min ago | UB Reporter
As a large contingent of Americans retire and enter their senior years, many will choose to face the challenges of their golden years by "aging in place" - staying in their homes instead of moving into a retirement or assisted-living facility.
3 hrs ago | McKnightsonline.com
Blame a lack of Medicaid reimbursement, a lack of private pay candidates, or problems with salary or pension for the county employees who work in county facilities, which make up around 5% of our nation's nursing homes.
Maybe you're getting close to 65 yourself or simply want to understand how Medicare works, so that you can help a family member or friend.
If someone were to complain that long-term care has become a "same old, same old" scene, you might be inclined to agree.
A recent review of Fraser Health concluded that people in the region it serves rely on hospital care too much - particularly emergency services, but also in situations where people are required to wait in hospital for a long-term care bed.
Rocky Mountain insurance provider Moody Insurance announced the opening of its new Briargate-area office, led by industry veterans Cheryl Harding and Erin Clay.
Have you considered how inflation will impact your purchasing power over time? Have you considered how increasing health care costs will impact your cash-flow? Have you considered how long-term care costs could impact you or a family member's retirement assets? Take action now so your money can work harder for you later.
What's the biggest risk to your financial security in retirement? Whenever I ask that question, what I hear most often is that people are concerned about whether or not their money will last.
Veterans' groups provide services, social activities Military service-related organizations in Tippecanoe and surrounding counties.
The Council on Aging is gearing up for the annual COA Championship Golf and Gala, the biggest fundraising event of the year.
Hospitals and long-term care centres across Quebec often mismanage outbreaks of gastroenteritis, shutting down entire wards unnecessarily - with the result that access to health care is diminished, suggests a new government report.
A long standing member of the Kiwanis Club of Trail was honoured for his 61 years of continued service to the organization earlier this month.
Two Boca Raton hospitals companies were placed under new ownership amid a long legal battle involving a defunct hedge fund.
Thomas Follette, 100-year-old resident of Arbor Terrace in Gardiner, has dreamed of going for a ride in a "big rig" and having lunch at a legendary local favorite - Dysart's Truck Stop and Restaurant.
Dr. Colleen M. Flood is an expert advisor with EvidenceNetwork.ca and a professor in the Faculty of Law, the School of Public Policy & Governance, and the Institute of Health Policy Management & Evaluation University of Toronto.
On July 28, the expert elder law attorneys of the Begley Law Group will teach a one-day "crash course" on the essentials of elder law for legal practitioners.
Private companies that have contracted with the state to provide care for Medicaid patients are allowed to market to consumers with prior state approval.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:47 am
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