Category: Florida Seniors

Senior Drivers: When Should You Hang Up The Keys?

In today’s car-centric world, it has become an entirely subconscious thought to pick up your keys and drive somewhere. However, as age progresses, there comes a time in every person’s life when it may no longer be safe to do so. It becomes essential to evaluate when senior drivers should consider retiring from the driver’s

 

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What to know about Paying for Your Aging Parents’ Nursing Home Costs

Are you watching as your aging parents seem to be getting frailer or less able to take care of themselves? Have you had any conversations at all about whether they may need to move into a nursing home? As part of the conversation, has there been any discussion as to how a nursing home would

 

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How to Prevent the Devastating Costs that Come from when a Florida Senior Falls

Did you know that recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that one in four senior Americans will fall this year, and nearly 3 million of them will be treated in hospital emergency rooms? Serious injuries include fractured hips and head trauma which will cause extended hospital stays for over 800,000

 

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Florida Seniors Need to Consider Planning for Medicaid Earlier in Life

As a senior adult living in Florida, are you approaching retirement or are you already retired? Have you started thinking about possible long-term care needs and costs? Are you planning on using your Medicare coverage for everything you need? While most seniors believe that Medicare and the associated supplemental insurances will pay for long-term care

 

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Legal-EASE: What’s the Difference Between Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys?

There are over 100,000 attorneys in the State of Florida.  So, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that attorneys have specific practice areas like doctors do.  If you are a Senior, you also need to know that there are attorneys who have specialized knowledge addressing those challenges commonly faced with growing older. While an Estate Planning attorney

 

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