Tag Archive | checkbook
A wallet represents many things: empowerment, meaning, purpose. There are simple ways to help your loved one maintain those essential human needs.
Work in tandem with a loved one to help instead of just taking away the checkbook.
Individuals with mild cognitive impairment can often still make solid decisions.
A few years ago, when we didn’t yet have a diagnosis, but knew something was wrong with mom and dad, we were concerned that our parents would be victims of elder-abuse scams. We had a major incident when my mom hired two contractors for the same work, one of which charged 5 times a reasonable […]