Archive for July 2022
“I wish I had known about this sooner!” is a statement we hear often from clients regarding community programs and our elder law services. So, how do you stay in the know? Today we are sharing some helpful online community resources that are just a click away! Area Agencies on Aging The state of Georgia…Read More
Adult Day Care: Social vs Medical Models: Which is Best for Your Loved One?
As COVID cases are ebbing and flowing, many programs for seniors have started opening their doors again after over a two-year hiatus. Adult day care programs are a wonderful way for seniors to be active and for their caregivers to get a break and some needed respite. But which one is the best fit for…Read More
Barriers to accepting a POA
“No,” “Denied,” “We can’t accept that,” … These are all words our client families hear daily when presenting a General Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Matters (POA) at a financial institution. To protect an account holder’s assets, many banks will refuse to accept a power of attorney. They fear fraud and exploitation, so they…Read More
Dehydration and Seniors: A Risky Situation
Whew… we all know the feeling of stepping outside and being hit with the heat and humidity of our Georgia summer. Drinking enough water is important for everyone, but especially seniors who are at greater risk for dehydration. Why do seniors get dehydrated easily? The simple answer is they naturally have less water in their…Read More