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Bridging the Generation Gap

Published: September 9, 2019

As parents, we feel the pressure of when to allow our children to have cell phones and if/when they can have access to social media. Having 2 girls, let me tell you….the struggle is real and I eventually caved under the pressure. So, now that some of our children have these tools how can they… Read More

How Can I Help When I Am So Far Away?

Published: June 5, 2018

Emily Opal lived in the outskirts of Georgia. She was original from Northern California but, moved away thirty years prior to follow the humidity and southern hospitality. With her move, she left behind her mother, father, and younger brother. Emily did keep in touch with her family and visited at least once a year. On… Read More

What is Long Term Care Insurance?

Published: November 9, 2017

My parents purchased a long term care insurance policy some years back. My father is in the hospital and my mother is worried about being able to care for him. I know Medicare will help with physical therapy, nurses’ visits, occupational therapy, speech therapy and/or a social worker for several weeks after discharge but know… Read More

How Can An Older Adult Afford Home Care These Days?

Published: May 12, 2017

Mrs. Jenkins is an active older adult in the community. She volunteers at the senior center, drives her neighbors to medical appointments, and was her husband’s primary care giver until his passing. Mrs. Jenkins is on a limited income, does not have long term care insurance, and recently suffered a stroke. In order for her… Read More