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Coping with grief during the holiday season

Coping with Grief During the Holiday Season

November 21, 2023

Can you believe it is already Thanksgiving? The holiday season is often portrayed as a time of joy, togetherness, and celebration. However, for many who have experienced the loss of a loved one, this time of year can bring a wave of grief and sadness. Coping with grief during the holiday season can be particularly…

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Conversation Project

An open conversation about end-of-life care

November 14, 2023

The holidays are quickly approaching, and families love gathering. This is the perfect time to have an open conversation with your family about the kind of end-of-life care and medical intervention you desire. Having that open conversation with the people in your life can be the best holiday gift you can give. A Happy and…

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Celebrating the holidays

Celebrating the holidays when a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease

November 7, 2023

As the holiday season approaches, families are preparing to come together and celebrate. These gatherings are a time for joy, love, and cherished traditions, but they can also present challenges when a family member is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.  Celebrating the holidays when a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease takes…

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New and improved resources

October 31, 2023

  At Hurley Elder Care Law we pride ourselves on providing beneficial resources and education to our clients, professionals, and the community. We have created some new and improved resources and wanted to share them with you below. These resources explain elder law services in a simple and easy to understand manner. Click on each…

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Medicare open enrollment FAQ

Medicare open enrollment FAQ

October 24, 2023

This month, we are taking the time to do a deep dive into Medicare and the open enrollment process. Last weeks blog reviewed the four different parts of Medicare. Today, we will share some practical information to help you on your journey. This Medicare open enrollment FAQ, can clear up some myths, answer some basic…

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Different parts of Medicare

What are the “parts” of Medicare and what does each cover? 

October 17, 2023

Relax in your favorite chair, grab your pumpkin spiced latte and light the logs in the fireplace…. it’s time to research your Medicare options for 2024. Medicare open enrollment is here.  So let’s dig in and look at what are the parts of Medicare and what does each part cover. Medicare has 4 Different Parts…

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Medicare open enrollment

Navigating Medicare Open Enrollment for 2024

October 10, 2023

It’s that time of year again when the leaves are changing, and the healthcare landscape is shifting. Yes, you guessed it – it’s Medicare Open Enrollment season! What do you need to know to navigate Medicare open enrollment in 2024? Understanding Medicare Open Enrollment Let’s break it down. What exactly is Medicare Open Enrollment? Well,…

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Alzheimer's disease research and statistics

Latest Research and Statistics on Alzheimer’s Disease

October 3, 2023

We just concluded World Alzheimer’s Month and thought we would share some additional thoughts as many of Hurley Elder Care Law clients are living with this disease.  Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive neurodegenerative condition, has become an increasingly prevalent concern in today’s aging population. It affects millions of people worldwide and poses significant challenges for both…

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Alzheimer's unsung heroes

World Alzheimer’s Month and the Unsung Heroes

September 26, 2023

In September we commemorate World Alzheimer’s Month. It is a time when we stand in solidarity with those battling Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and more importantly, it’s a time to honor the unsung heroes – the families and caregivers. World Alzheimer’s Month serves as a global call to action. Its primary goal…

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Suicide in older adults

Suicide Among Older Adults: Causes and Prevention

September 19, 2023

September is National Suicide Prevention month and we want to help raise awareness about some concerning issues among individuals aged 65 and older. While older adults comprise just 12% of the population, they make up approximately 18% of suicides. This age group faces unique challenges and risk factors that can contribute to suicidal thoughts and…

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