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Want to Age-Proof Your Brain? Here’s How – Part 1

If someone told you there are things you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s or dementia, would you do them? Well, I’m telling you! What we eat and how we live and how we think are big factors. In fact, according

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Think Medicare HMO Advantage Covers Everything? Think Again!

If you’re enrolling in Medicare, you need to know the facts about out-of-pocket costs associated with HMO Advantage plans. Make no mistake – these plans can be appropriate for a lot of people. But you’d better make sure you’re one

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More On The Medicaid Jungle: Planning For A Disabled Spouse

What happens if your spouse needs care? You not only need to consider his/her costs, but also the income you’ll need to live on. The law governing this situation is the Spousal Impoverishment provision of the Medicare Catastrophic Act of

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Can A Nursing Home Kick My Mother Out When She Runs Out Of Money?

What son or daughter hasn’t worried about their loved one running out of money while in a nursing home…particularly if their loved one has Alzheimer’s? If you have a senior parent with mental health issues who’s in a nursing home,

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Our efforts to help folks cope with Alzheimer’s & Dementia

To gain access to our FREE Alzheimer’s caregivers’ Support Online Resource center, visit: http://www.southfloridamemorylawyer.com

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Betty Ford

Former First Lady Betty Ford recently celebrated her 93rd birthday.  Most of us associate her with the alcohol and substance abuse recovery treatment center she created. But she was and is much more. Her public battle with breast cancer encouraged

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Larry King Special: A Must See for Folks Contending with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

As many of you know, our firm specializes in supporting caregivers to Alzheimer’s patients, whether a loved one, friend or professional caregiver. We have made a significant moral, emotional and financial investment in acquiring the BEST possible resources, assembled them

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