It Was Just the Other Day

Published: May 2, 2018

It had taken weeks and months of work to get to this point. The decision was agonizing and the self doubt grew by the day. Nevertheless without any fanfare, Elder Options was a new business May 1, 1988. To put it all in perspective, remember President Reagan was running the country. It was the year… Read More

Are We Ready for Care? Long Term Care?

Published: March 7, 2018

In 2010, 13% of the U.S. population had reached the age of 65. According to 2016 statistics that number has increased to 46 million. Now many of us are over 65 (myself included) and there are times that I resent the implication that I’m part of the growing older population and thus, need help. Although… Read More

Medicaid at Risk – Should I Care?

Published: July 26, 2017

When Margaret fell for the second time in two years breaking her other hip, she was unable at 86 to remain at home any longer. Her ability to walk, get up or down and take care of her every day needs was so diminished that once she completed the rehabilitation in the skilled nursing facility,… Read More