Archive for February 2022
Asset protection planning
When my Hurley Elder Care Law attorney recommends “asset protection” what does that really mean? Simply put, asset protection planning involves a comprehensive review of your current financial situation, your goals, your likely future needs, and your social support system. This thorough review leads our attorneys to an asset protection plan that will help you…Read More
What are the differences between Home Care and Home Health?
Most older adults desire to “age in place.” What do we mean by this? Aging in place is a term used to describe a person living in the residence of their choice, for as long as they are able, as they age. This includes being able to have services brought into the home as care…Read More
Welcome to Georgia, Y’all!
Have you or a loved one recently moved to Georgia? Many people move to our lovely state for the lower cost of living and favorable climate. But often, it is also to be closer to family and caregivers. Just prior to or after moving to Georgia, it is important to review your existing legal documents.…Read More
How Can Respite Care Help Avoid Caregiver Burnout?
What is respite care? Merriam-Webster defines respite as “a short period of time when you are able to stop doing something that is difficult or unpleasant or when something difficult or unpleasant stops or is delayed.” Many of us know caregiving can be unpleasant and difficult at times and a ‘rest’ from these responsibilities…Read More