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“Callous and Despicable” and an “Insult to every American who ever wore a Military uniform”

Yet another so called “veteran’s advocate” group has bit the dust but this time they took with them our lieutenant governor and 57 others who are under indictment and an inquiry into the funding of political campaigns. The quote above

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Invitation to a Very Special Veteran’s Benefits Program

Veteran’s Benefits Program   You are cordially invited to a rare opportunity to an update on how we can assist our senior veterans and their surviving spouses with the honor and dignity they deserve. Topics to be covered: Income and asset

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How Do I Find – And Hire – An In-Home Caregiver?

There won’t be many occasions in your life when you’re faced with a more difficult decision. But help is available. If you’re looking for non-medical assistance, your Area Agency on Aging; Department on Aging, Social and Rehabilitation Services; or Alzheimer’s

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One (Unpublicized) Bonus of The New Healthcare Law

Many of us thought the recent Supreme Court ruling pretty much ended the debate over the new healthcare law. But we were wrong. Speaker John Boehner is planning a House vote this week to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA),

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When Is It Time For Nursing Home Placement?

If you have an aging loved one, it’s a question you’ve probably been dreading. And if you have an aging loved one whose mental health is failing, it’s a question you may have to ask – and answer – now.

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When Should I Start Looking At Nursing Homes?

Deciding when to put your father or mother into a nursing home is one of the most difficult decisions you’ll ever have to make. And, if you’re like many people, you’ll probably try to put it off as long as

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Where Are You On The Elder Care Journey?

This is one journey where the ending is certain you’re going to die. Furthermore, the odds are more than 50% that, if your passing doesn’t come before the age of 65, you’re going to spend a long time in a

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