June 2018

Making Independence Day Activities Senior-Friendly

As you put the finishing touches on plans for your family Independence Day celebration, take a moment to think about elderly relatives. How do you adapt traditional activities to make them senior-friendly? This article offers a few ideas.

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Grieving the Loss of a Loved One

What is grief? How long should you grieve the loss of a loved one? What can you do to heal your grief? Guest blogger Rosanne Burke weighs in on this complicated subject.

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Participating in Alzheimer and Dementia-Related Clinical Studies

Could participating in a clinical trial be right for you or your elderly loved one? This article explains the pros and cons of getting involved. 

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Is Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning Ever a Good Idea?

Face-to-face planning may seem old-fashioned, but expertise really matters. Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara Boone McGinnis explains why. 

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The Risk of Not Knowing

Ladies, be careful. Financial turmoil often awaits women who turn a blind eye to family finances. Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara Boone McGinnis explains more in this thought-provoking article. 

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Avoiding Scams While on Vacation

Nothing ruins a family vacation faster than falling victim to a scam. Try these tips to avoid a disaster.

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Pro-Tip Tuesday: Older and In Love

If you're over 50 and thinking about getting married, watch this video first. Certified Elder Law Attorney Tim Takacs offer five tips for older adults thinking about tying the knot.

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Shingles: What You Need to Know

About 1 in 3 people will develop shingles, a disease that causes a painful skin rash. Although there is no cure, shingles can be prevented and treated. Watch the video and then click through to view an infographic that offers 5 facts about shingles.

 

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Preventing Abuse and Neglect of Seniors

Would you be able to tell if an elderly loved one was being abused? Would you know what to do? This article explains how to recognize elder abuse and what to do if you suspect it's happening.

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Pro-Tip Tuesday: Seniors - Targets for Scammers

Why do so many scammers target seniors? Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara Boone McGinnis talks about the latest scams aimed at the elderly.

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