Today’s seniors are healthier than prior generations, but this trend is unlikely to continue for baby boomers due to greater levels of obesity.
The case of Stevenson v. Stevenson shows that a family caregiver may be compensated from estate if she can show services provided, their fair market value, and rebut presumption that she provided the services gratuitously.
Where to live in retirement may well be a two-step process, with one location in early retirement when you are healthy and independent, and another later on when you may need assistance.
Learn all the law you need to know to work with your older clients and those with disabilities. You’ll also receive four CEU credits. About this event Join Margolis Bloom & D’Agostino at our annual Law School for Social Workers virtually, and learn all the law you need to know
The Caregiver’s Path by Viki Kind guides caregivers in making care and living decisions for others who can no longer express their own choices.