September 2018

Considerations for People Diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

If you (or someone you know) receives this life-altering diagnosis, what should you keep in mind? This article offers a few suggestions.

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Calling healthy volunteers, veterans, caregivers, people with MCI, Alzheimer’s

If you or someone you look after might be interested in volunteering for research on Alzheimer's, related dementias, and cognitive health, you have lots of options. 

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Pro-Tip Tuesday: The Business of Dying - Part 2

When you’re faced with the prospect of losing someone you love, there are many things to think about. Some are personal, some are sentimental, and some are practical. In this second video in a two-part series, Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara Boone McGinnis talks about some of the matters that need to be attended to when a loved one dies. 

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Pro-Tip Tuesday: National Grandparents' Day

Did you know that next Sunday, September 9, is National Grandparents' Day? What can you do to recognized the contributions of your grandparents and other elders who are influential in your life? Elder Care Coordinator Debra King offers a few ideas.  

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Tips to Help Seniors Avoid Falls at Home

Fall Prevention Awareness Day is just two days away. What are you doing to help yourself or an elderly loved one avoid slips, trips, and falls? This articles offers a few tips.

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Chris Johnson Joins Takacs McGinnis

Please join us in welcoming attorney Chris Johnson to the Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law team!

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Pro-Tip Tuesday: The Business of Dying - Part 1

When you’re faced with the prospect of losing someone you love, there are many things to think about. Some are personal, some are sentimental, and some are practical. In this first video in a two-part series, Certified Elder Law Attorney Tim Takacs talks about some of the matters that need to be attended to when a loved one dies. 

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Care Plan Meetings 101

If an elderly loved one lives in a nursing home, you need to know about care plan meetings. What are they? How do they work? How can you make the most of them? This article explains. 

 

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What To Do With Your Estate Planning Documents

So, you've created an estate plan. What happens next? This article explains.

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VA Fiduciaries

What is the VA fiduciary program? What do you need to know if you're named a VA fiduciary? Certified Elder Law Attorney Tim Takacs explains.

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Why Your Loved One Needs a Health Care Advocate

As we age, most of us will confront chronic health conditions. Often, these conditions place us in circumstances where we need help (whether we want it or not). One form of assistance we may need is health care advocacy. Why is it important to have a health care advocate? Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara Boone McGinnis explains.

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