National Older Americans Month Honors Senior Veterans

Every May is National Older Americans Month.

It is a time to acknowledge the contributions of past and current seniors, and in particular, those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. There are currently more than nine million veterans of retirement age, and many more are expected Continue reading

Tips for Planning for the Rising Long-Term Care Costs in the New Year


The New Year brings new ideas and new ways to plan for both yourself and your loved ones. For your family this may mean setting goals for jobs and self-improvement or schoolwork and saving for the future. As you think about planning for the future, however, it is essential that you Continue reading

How to Choose the Right Long-Term Care Facility for Your Parent


Thinking about your aging parent needing long-term care can be overwhelming, just as choosing the right long-term care facility can be challenging for all family members involved. If your parent has an estate plan in place, he or she may have already chosen a facility to spend their Continue reading