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Downplaying Nursing Home Complaints Puts Patients in Dangerous Conditions

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

For family members or friends considering a nursing home for aging loved ones, news reports of cases involve abuse, neglect, and substandard care can be particularly frightening. When your loved one’s needs require this level of care, what can you do to ensure the place you choose with treat them with the care and… Read More »

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Determining Your Need and Potential Options for Long-Term Care

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Long-term care addresses needs people have once they become elderly or disabled. The time to begin planning for these needs is when you are young and before you suffer a disability. Medicaid planning offers strategies to help you offset these costs and to preserve your assets for your heirs, regardless of your current age…. Read More »

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Weighing Your Options In Long Term Care

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Whether you are in a situation where dealing with the effects of aging and chronic health problems is curtailing your independence and ability to care for yourself, or if you have concerns about a family member or loved one, it is important to know you have options. Long-term care and assisted living facilities are… Read More »

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Continuing Care Retirement Communities

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Dealing with the aging process is something all of us face. While facing the inevitable changes that come with age can be difficult, making realistic plans for our future care and wellbeing provides a level of security today. Whether you are contemplating plans for retirement and the potential need for more comprehensive care, or… Read More »

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Options in Nursing Home Care

By Cavallo & Cavallo |

Planning for long-term care, for yourself or for a loved one, is something that most of all will be called to do at some point. Over the last five years, over 10 million people have needed some form of long term care, and 70% of people age 65 and over will require this type… Read More »

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