The month of May is National Elder Law Month. New resources for families and individuals, new planning techniques, new changes in the laws both locally and nationally, and new/continuing challenges in a constant and rapidly aging society suggest that awareness and education are no longer optional. General and educational resources are available through local agencies, advocacy groups, private organizations, attorneys, CPAs, financial advisors, social workers, geriatric care nurses/managers, and many more. In the world of eldercare, it’s time to get educated, care, and be aware.
- New Insights on Parkinson’s Disease Revealed
- Taking Steps to Protect Your Child’s Inheritance
- Should Children Pitch in for Elder Care?
- All You Need to Know About Long Term Care
- The SECURE Act: How It Will Affect You and the Beneficiaries of Your Retirement Accounts (Elville and Associates’ Letter to Clients)
- Unpacking the SECURE Act of 2020
- Divorce’s Affect on the Aged Population
- The Epidemic of Immobility
- Understand These Before Turning 65
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