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  • What Age is Considered Elderly? The word “elderly” may have a variety of connotations associated with it. But how old is elderly? What age is considered elderly medically? In this post, we will take a look at what is considered elderly. What is Considered Elderly Age? At what age is a person considered ... Continue Reading
  • Helping the Elderly: New Year’s Resolution It’s here! We can finally say “Goodbye 2022 and Welcome 2023!” Each time we ring in a new year, we have the opportunity to make it a better year than the one before. Many of us are reflecting on the past and making plans to burst toward tomorrow with renewed optimism and ... Continue Reading
  • Hospital Readmissions: Causes, Factors, and Other Facts A hospital readmission is when one is admitted back to a hospital within 30, 60, or 90 days after discharge. According to , “the number of hospital readmissions is often used in part to measure the quality of hospital care, since it can mean that your ... Continue Reading
  • Letter of Competency: What is It and Why Is It Needed? If you are a caregiver for an elderly family member, you may wonder if you should obtain a letter of competency from the doctor. A physician’s statement of mental competency involves important decisions that are life-altering. It should not be entered into without completely ... Continue Reading
  • How Long Do You Have to File Probate After Death? Dealing with the death of a loved one has its own share of struggles emotionally. Unfortunately, there are also monetary things to worry about such as the probate process. This process ensures the deceased’s assets go to the proper people. Additionally, it ensures that any ... Continue Reading
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