The Senate and House have cleared the passage of a year-end $1.7 trillion appropriations bill that will benefit older adults on a number of fronts.
Many caregivers put their needs last, often giving up income to step into a caregiving role. As a result, they may suffer quality of life and financial and health issues.
The Qualified Disabled and Working Individuals Program (QDWI) helps disabled, low-income individuals who want to return to work continue to receive Medicare Part A benefits.
The short answer is yes, but the longer answer is more complicated. Car ownership in the context of someone with special needs is not a simple proposition.
A MAPT is one option a person may use to protect their assets from Medicaid and nursing homes or long-term care. Consider some pros [...]
Fortunately, receiving a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer's does not mean that you cannot execute legal documents or make decisions [...]