Elderly Care

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Senior Transportation Options

by Dan Bailey
senior transportation

The elderly and their caregivers often feel stuck because senior transportation options are limited. With poor vision, diminished reflexes, medications, and health issues that cause immobility, some seniors can no longer drive. It is easy to feel helpless when you cannot find a ride to attend an appointment, whether it is a medical check-up or […]

How to Deal with Difficult Behavior

by Dan Bailey
difficult behavior

Aging brings about changes in people, and they go beyond an individual’s appearance. If you have an older relative, you’ve probably noticed them exhibiting more examples of difficult behavior lately. We got to know them growing up as these gentle, loving, and caring people. To see them suddenly become more aggressive, unruly, and even borderline […]

When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care

by Dan Bailey

The type of care your elderly loved one requires can change over time. You may soon need to choose between memory care assisted living facilities. Finalizing that decision is not so simple, however. For starters, there is no guarantee that your older relative will agree to the move. They are more likely to decline if […]

What is Durable Power of Attorney?

by Dan Bailey
durable power of attorney

The unpredictability of life incentivizes us to prepare for even the grimmest of scenarios. It’s why everyone should know more about the term durable power of attorney (DPOA) and how it can help us maintain some semblance of control even if things do take a turn for the worse. You’ve likely heard of the term […]

Who Can Override Power of Attorney?

by Dan Bailey
override power of attorney

We want to be in complete control of our lives. Sometimes though, there are circumstances that prevent that from happening, which is why power of attorney (POA) can prove to be a highly useful legal tool. You probably have a general idea of what power of attorney is all about and why you may need […]