Four Ways To Help Elder Loved Ones Feel Connected, Not Isolated, During COVID And In The Future

Has the COVID pandemic taught you how isolating it can be when you are unable to engage in your normal routine and get together with your family and friends? For many of us, it has. Our elder loved ones, in particular, may have suffered from feelings of loneliness and isolation Continue reading

5 Elder Care Planning Tips Everyone Needs This National Elder Law Month

This May we will be celebrating National Elder Law Month. Our goal, as elder law attorneys, is to ensure that all of our clients and their loved ones can find and gain access to the right long-term care for them. Finding long-term care, however, is just one part of the equation. Continue reading

7 Questions to Ask When Comparing Skilled Nursing Facilities

The decision to place your aging loved one in a long-term care facility is never easy. No matter how necessary this move may be for his or her safety and well being, it can be emotionally hard for all those involved. Change is difficult for all of us, but change related to the aging Continue reading