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Five Things that Elder Law Attorneys are Thankful For

December 9th, 2014 (No Comments)

This is the time of year we like to pause and reflect on that for which we are thankful.  In our personal lives, we often share these thoughts around the table at Thanksgiving.  In our professional life, the words “thank you” are not said often enough.  We would like to dedicate this issue of The […]

Choose Wisely Grasshopper! Choosing an Attorney – Why Education is Important…

December 2nd, 2014 (No Comments)

The topic of this blog post is choosing wisely, grasshopper. We’re going to talk about how the education of your attorney is so important. Why is it important? I was recently at a elder law immersion bootcamp in Tampa, Florida, learning advanced planning and strategy with attorneys from across the country. Simply getting the education […]

Choose Wisely Grasshopper! Choosing an Attorney – Why Education is Important…

November 24th, 2014 (1 Comment)

Coming to you from Tampa, Florida at a National Elder Law Boot Camp Seminar with Attorney Mario Correa from Chicago, Illinois. Mario and I discuss why it is extremely important for you to choose the correct attorney for your planning needs. Education and resources can make a huge difference. Don’t dabble… Be “All In!”

Long-Term Care Financial Planning

November 11th, 2014 (1 Comment)

Kevin Nervegna with GCG financial educates us on advanced financial strategies to plan to protect your hard-earned money and property from a long-term care situation.

Elder Law Basics – Protecting Your Hard Earned Money & Property

September 23rd, 2014 (No Comments)

Do you know someone who has lost their home and property due to an unforeseen long-term healthcare need? Learn how to protect yourself. Learn how to protect your hard earned money and property. Elder Law Attorney, Greg McIntyre will give a short presentation on how to do just that. Come join us for a night […]

Home Health Care: What Services are Provided?

September 12th, 2014 (No Comments)

Is it the same as if you’re in a nursing home and being cared for by a nursing home attendant? Is it more? What about running errands or if I need to go get groceries or cat food? Types of Care There are a number of people that may have arthritis. Arthritis is worse in […]

Who Pays For Home Health Care?

September 3rd, 2014 (No Comments)

Let’s discuss who pays for home health care. Other than having money buried in the backyard or digging into your retirement fund, what are the different options? How can you pay for it? Private Funds One of the first choices is private funds. The individual has the money to pay for it, and so they […]

Medicare vs. Medicaid: Understanding the Benefits and Differences

September 3rd, 2014 (No Comments)

How are you going to pay for home health care when you or your spouse find yourselves in a situation where one of you might be draining all the assets because of a catastrophic health care incident? Or where someone’s in a situation where they don’t want to come out of their home? Benefits of […]

Medicare vs Medicaid

September 1st, 2014 (No Comments)

Joe Seidel, Division Director for Bayada Home Health Care explains the differences in using Medicare versus Medicaid to pay for in-home healthcare.

In-Home Care – What Services Are Provided – with Joe Seidel from Bayada Home Health Care

August 31st, 2014 (1 Comment)

Joe Seidel, Division Director for Bayada a home Health Care talks about what many services are provided with home healthcare. Great discussion about the future of healthcare and the technology involved.

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