Resistance to care costs is a challenge. By keeping a loved one involved in decisions about their care and maintaining one's health, they will feel more comfortable about accepting assistance.
Financial Resources for Home Care
If you are a family caregiver, there are special tax breaks from which you and your loved ones can benefit. F. Stephen Glass of Glass Law Group highlights the extensive list of tax breaks and benefits available to families who have in home care.
We came across this comprehensive description of Veterans Benefits on the Quicken Mortgage Site. We thought we would pass along.
This is a short and sweet summary of the qualifications for aid and attendance.
Aware Senior Care hosts #AskAware with Omega Planning Council of Cary, NC to discuss living well at home options for veterans.
“Putting your Home Equity to work: How to use your home to stay at home!" explored how using an often under-utilized or overlooked asset,the equity you have built up in your home, can provide you options to improve your future ability to age in place in that home.
"Putting your Home Equity to work: How to use your home to stay at home!” we will explore how using an often under-utilized or overlooked asset, the equity you have built up in your home, can provide you options to improve your future ability to age in place in that home.
If you're looking for health care coverage past 65, learn the differences between Medicare and Medicaid to better understand what they cover, how to qualify, and which is best for you.
You might have a plan for retirement, but do you have a plan in case you need long-term care?
What is a living trust anyway? And how does it differ from a will?
Aware Senior Care teamed up with Carolina Family Estate Planning's Jackie Bedard, Elder Care Attorney and Estate Planner, to discuss how to make home care affordable.