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8 signs your parent may need a nursing home

As difficult as it may be to think about one’s parents getting older, for many Colorado residents, it is a fact they cannot avoid. Your loved one may be active and energetic, but if he or she is over 65, the chances that your parent will at some point need long-term...

Signs of elder abuse and getting help

Seniors are among the most vulnerable groups in society. Some elderly persons in Colorado suffer from some form of dementia leaving them open to many areas of abuse. Luckily, there are rules in place to combat elder abuse thanks to laws in the state, but it is...

Elder law: Combatting financial elder abuse

Senior citizens are among the most vulnerable sector in society. There are many ways in which elders in Colorado might be taken advantage of, but among the most prevalent is financial abuse. Thankfully, elder law in the state speaks to this issue and strives...

Elder law: Combating caregiver stress

Some of the most vulnerable people in society are those who are elderly. Luckily, elder law in Colorado exists to protect older people from abusive situations. There are times when an elderly person needs more care. Being a caregiver can be extremely rewarding, but it...

A nursing home may not be your only option

Many times, an elderly person ends up in a long-term care facility because of an illness, fall or rapid decline in health. The sad fact is that family members must often make hasty decisions at that time, and those decisions may not be the ones the ailing person would...

What is the Medicaid look-back period?

One of the biggest concerns that senior citizens in Colorado have is how they will afford to pay for a nursing home or long-term care as they start to require some assistance with basic living tasks that they used to be able to do for themselves. After all, no matter...

Long-term care planning is vital

Long-term care in Colorado is not a luxury because it will be needed by an estimated 70 percent of people over 65-years-old. Families must prepare for paying for nursing home or in-home care as part of their long-term planning. Inability to undertake daily activities...

Long-term care expenses are in our future

A person turning 65 today has a 70% chance of needing long-term care services. With insurance premiums escalating and paying for nursing home and other care becoming more challenging, experts recommend financial planning. This should start when people are in their...

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