Tag: Seniors

During World Elder Abuse Awareness Month Know the Warning Signs Of Elder Abuse

Did you know that June 15, 2006, was officially designated as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day? June is also Elder Abuse Awareness Month. These annual campaigns were created to highlight the number of our senior adults experiencing abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Do you as a senior adult, and your family and friends, know or recognize

 

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Five Tips to Help Out-of-Town Aging Parents During National Elder Law Month

Did you realize that May is National Elder Law Month? National Elder Law Month celebrates and focuses on our aging population and the help that Florida seniors need. This month encourages not only seniors, but communities across the nation and adult family members to get involved. How can you help the elders in your life?

 

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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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3 Apps You Can Share with Your Senior Loved Ones to Help Them Feel Connected

Research tells us that increasingly more Older Americans are experiencing feelings of isolation and loneliness. Unfortunately, many seniors do not have children or family members to lean on for support when this happens. If you notice your senior loved one may have these feelings, we encourage you to help them feel connected to friends, family

 

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