America has three major housing issues for seniors: affordability, physical accessibility, and access to medical care and other services. There is a need for creative solutions to housing.
Category: Elder Law
There is a growing trend toward Americans aging in place when it comes to housing arrangements for the elderly. Nearly all older adults prefer to age in the comfort of their long-time homes and familiar community surroundings. Aging in place often means living alone. Pew Research findings show that older
Among aging Americans, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) or life plan communities have become increasingly popular. These senior living communities offer the array of care options necessary for aging adults to move through the stages of independent, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing facilities. Beyond health care, CCRCs offer
There is a common acronym in healthcare called LASA, which stands for “look-alike-sound-alike” and refers to medications. Healthcare workers may recognize the acronym LASA, which stands for “look-alike-sound-alike” and is usually used to refer to medications. Both Medicare and Medicaid were started in 1965 under Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration in
Travel by people with disabilities is commonly referred to as â€œaccessible travelâ€ and â€œdisabled travelâ€. There is a lot to consider when traveling with a disability. Proper research, planning, and preparation are crucial. In the past, traveling as a disabled person seemed like an overwhelming and sometimes impossible task. However,