The world is ever changing, and in recent years, with the technology boom, it seems that the rate of change has increased dramatically. In the long term care world, we are seeing the same thing, and not in a good way. We are receiving more calls lately from people in
When asked whether I am busy in my practice, I always make reference to the fact that the population is aging and that there are 77 million baby boomers beginning to enter senior status this year. As more people enter the long term care system things will only get busier.
It just keeps getting worse doesn’t it? I’m talking about the economy and our federal, state and local governments’ inability to balance their budgets and provide the services and assistance they have provided in the past and promise to provide in the future. And is why you can’t expect the
A very common question I get from clients and prospects in the following situation. We are working towards qualifying Betty’s husband, Joe, for nursing home Medicaid. I explained to Betty that as long as she is living in the marital home she can keep it. But she will lose some
Mary called with the following story. Mom had sold her home in New Jersey 8 years ago. The plan was for Mom to live with Mary in New York. However, her health deteriorated rapidly and she never moved in with Mary, instead living in an assisted living facility in New