The Anatomy of an Elder Care Coordinator

What are elder care coordinators? Why do they work for a law firm? This article explains the unique role of an elder care coordinator in a Life Care Planning Law Firm.

When families visit a Life Care Planning Law Firm, they’re often surprised to learn that the staff includes non-legal professionals. One of the most important non-legal roles belongs to elder care coordinators, the compassionate professionals who serve as a family’s guide during the long-term care journey.

The 411 on Wait Lists

What are wait lists? How do they work? Why are they so confounding? This article explains why having the kind of help that you'll get from a Life Care Planning Law Firm is doubly important in a wait list situation.

Your elderly mother needs nursing home care. You choose a facility and submit an application only to discover that that she’s been put on a wait list. How can this be?

Opioid Abuse: Not Just a Young Person’s Problem

Not all opioid users are young. Abuse of these powerful drugs has skyrocketed among the elderly. How big is this problem? How do Life Care Planning Law Firms support families facing this issue?
When you think about an opioid addict, who comes to mind? Would you be surprised to know that more and more opioid addicts are senior citizens? Older Americans are using narcotic pain pills in surprisingly high numbers.

Where Should Mom & Dad Live?

With so many long-term care housing options available, how do you choose what's right for your loved one? That's where a Life Care Planning Law Firm can make all the difference.

When your parents reach a point where you’re concerned about their health and safety, where should they live?

Making the Most of the Holidays

How can you enjoy the holidays without losing your mind--even if your loved one has dementia or Alzheimer's disease? Life Care Planning Law Firms have plenty of experience in this area. Try these tips to thrive during the most joyous time of the year.

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