A Day in the Life of Dementia
3 options if you arrive to find a parent on the floor.
A few ways to lock down a loved ones finances.
This is a follow up to my last blog about being subpoenaed in an elder fraud case. Sadly, the commonwealth attorney and police detective both know that the woman stole money money from my client. At 91, she suffers from Parkinson’s but can walk on her own, feed herself (and help feed others), and you […]
Turns out our aging brains ends up trusting more people than we should.
My sister-in-law shared the idea with me years ago that we are digital immigrants which are defined as “a person born or brought up before the widespread use of digital technology.” My first major in college was computer science … but I freely admit that I am a digital immigrant. I have gotten used to […]
When do you decide to stop following certain health care recommendations?
Sadly, some companies are taking advantage of their elders.