Caregiving for Veterans — There’s a Map for That

John was an Army officer who was struck by a bomb blast that threw him 20 feet from where he was standing while on a patrol. After a few months of recovery, John’s family realized something was very wrong. He began having spells … [Read more...]

A BOLD Step in the Fight Against Alzheimer’s

Q. I have a close friend who was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. She is one of many family friends and relatives that have the debilitating disease. When I think about them and the health crisis that Alzheimer’s has become, I … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Can the Dangerous Consequences of Hearing Loss be Lessened by OTC Hearing Aids?

Dear Magic, My daughters and I suspect that my wife is experiencing hearing loss, but hearing aids are so expensive. I heard something about legislation that passed making them available over the counter. Is this true, and if so, … [Read more...]

The Cost of Long-Term Care is On the Rise

Stanley and June Blum have been married for more than 75 years and are approaching the second century of life. Stanley is 97 and June is 96. Stanley is a retired shoe-industry executive who paints and writes poetry, while June is … [Read more...]

Top 18 Articles of 2018

From consequences related to the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to changes in Veterans’ Pension Laws, we covered a lot of ground in 2018. It was a year that marked the passage of the CHRONIC Care Act, the ACA being struck … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Why Seniors Should Consider Making New Year’s Resolutions

Dear Ernie and Jannette, Happy New Year! I typically don’t make New Year’s resolutions, because I know I won’t keep them. But, this year, I want things to be different. I read somewhere that setting resolutions has practical … [Read more...]

Can Dementia Symptoms Come and Go?

Q. My husband, my kids, and I visited my mother this year for the holidays. Mom was diagnosed with dementia last year, so I took some of Magic the bunny’s advice from Critter Corner on how best to celebrate the holiday with her. … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Alzheimer’s Breakthroughs in 2018

Dear Bebe, I have read so many stories about Alzheimer’s “breakthroughs” this year. What are some of the most promising ones? Thanks, Bray Kathrews Dear Bray, Despite millions of dollars and years of research, … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Having a Dementia-Friendly Holiday

Dear Magic, You look so cute in your Christmas tree headband that I thought I would ask you this question. My mom is coming for Christmas and will be at my home for several days. I haven’t seen her for a while, and my brother, … [Read more...]

We’ve Been Nominated for Best Legal Blog — Please Vote for Us!

Thank you so much for continuing to follow and read our blog! We are excited to announce that our blog has been selected to compete in The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Competition! From a field of hundreds of potential … [Read more...]