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The Barraged Boomer’s Guide to ALZHEIMER’S PLANNING
Even if your family is not dealing with Alzheimer’s or another progressive dementia, it is wise to plan for the possibility of a future diagnosis. Planning won’t be a wast of time, as it can be encompassed by incapacity and other end-of-life planning.
If you are new to caregiving, you may just want to know where to start. If you have been a caregiver for a while, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed and desperate for answers and assistance.
This guide provides some basic – yet important – information on Alzheimer’s, answers some questions about appropriate levels of care as the disease progresses, offers suggestions for respite care, and discusses various ways to help finance the care for a loved one suffering with Alzheimer’s.
The Barraged Boomer’s Guide to MEDICAID PLANNING & DIVISION OF ASSETS
This guide is intended to help you better understand how to pay for a nursing home stay. Medicare only pays for a short number of days. After that, the name of the game is to qualify for Medicaid as soon as possible. If you have a loved one that is going to a nursing home soon (or even if they are already there) this information may help. In most cases, there are ways to save assets without spending everything that your loved one has worked for and saved.
The Barraged Boomer’s Guidebook on How to Pay for a Nursing Home Stay
- Worrying about How to Pay for Nursing Home Bills?
- Worrying about Losing Your Home for Nursing Home care?
- Worrying about Losing Your Savings for Nursing Home care?
Stop Worrying! Protect Your Home and Hard-Earned Money Now.
The Barraged Boomer’s Guide to ALTERNATIVES IN CARE
The realization that it is time to seek assistance for the care of a loved one is not easy, especially when the decision involves a move into a nursing home or other long-term care facility. Many of our clients say it’s the hardest decision they make as caregivers.
No matter the reason, those involved are typically under great stress. But it’s important to know that good information is available! This book is designed to provide you with answers to a number of questions such as:
- What questions should I ask at the nursing home or assisted living facility?
- What things about the facility or staff are “deal breakers”? (If you see them, RUN!)
- What is the appropriate level of care for my loved one?