Cyber criminals are everywhere today. More and more we are learning of how they are infiltrating our society and working to gain access to our protected information. From driver’s licenses and social security cards to credit cards and bank statements, so much of our personal information is at risk when it comes to cyber threats.
When an elderly person can no longer take care of themselves, any number of people can step in and provide necessary assistance. Family members, medical professionals, at-home caregivers and nursing home employees are just a few examples. But with so many people involved, it is important to understand the potential for elder abuse and recognize
May is the month that we celebrate National Older Americans Month. An “Older American” is a generational term for someone who is over 60 years of age. In our practice, we work diligently to address the needs of Older Americans and their loved ones, ensuring that they are protected for the long term. We work