Tag Archives: Long-Term Care

No one wants to think about spending their golden years in a nursing home or with round-the clock nursing assistance for basic self-care tasks, such as eating, dressing, bathing and using the bathroom. Yet, according to AARP, approximately 52 percent of Americans turning 65 this year will require some sort of long-term care services and […]

When most people think of retirement, they imagine spending their time traveling and pursuing hobbies and activities that bring them joy.¬†Few consider that as life expectancies increase, so too do the risks that individuals will eventually require costly long-term care for assistance with daily living activities. By failing to prepare in advance of this reality, […]