Eileen Tell, MPH Foreword by Jennifer E. Voorlas, MSG, CMC The White House Conference on aging in 2015 shed significant light on maintaining the quality of life for seniors and the importance of measures taken for them to “age in place,” however one questions remains: How do the majority of seniors continue to pay for…
Jennifer E. Voorlas MSG, CMC and Marguerite Lorenz, CTFA, CLPF When a senior starts slipping in their ability to manage their own money and pay bills, families often find themselves in the middle of a struggle. They may be in the process of identifying a neurological diagnosis for their loved one, or they are merely…
Donald M. Freedman, Esq. While Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is primarily a disease of old age, for about 5%, or about 200,000 people in the US, the disease has an onset prior to age 65, and includes people in their 40’s and 50’s and sometimes even younger. Young-onset Alzheimer’s disease is defined by the Alzheimer’s Association…
Summer 2019 Issue
- Aging Life Care Professionals Serving as a Client’s Decision Maker: The Pros, the Cons, and What to Consider
- Who Should Be Paying the Bills and Managing the Finances?
- Substitute Decision Making versus Supported Decision Making: What is the Difference?
- Supported Decision Making for Elders with Dementia: A Deep Dive
- The Care Committee™: A Planning Tool for Clients Without Families