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Helping Homeless Veteran’s ‘Foothills Veteran’s Stand Down’

May 9th, 2016 (No Comments)

We’re going to talk a little today about Veterans issues. We’re going to cover a lot of veteran’s issues on the blog today. We do this quite often, from talking American Legion to Veterans Aid and Attendance to many different aspects of veteran’s lifestyles and care and needs. That’s some of what we’re going to […]

NC SHIIP Program Revealed

May 2nd, 2016 (No Comments)

Elder Law Report 070 NC SHIIP Program Revealed You know I was in the military, I was in the Navy and today I heard I was going to discuss the SHIIP program today, and I thought I might be getting shipped out again and be leaving for another 6 months. That’s not at all what […]

The Power of Living Wills and Healthcare Powers Of Attorney

April 12th, 2016 (No Comments)

National Healthcare Decisions Day. What you would do if you had a healthcare issue, who’s going to come in and make life and death decisions for you? What is this all about? National Healthcare Decisions Day is a day set aside by healthcare providers to encourage folks to do advanced directives. In our area with […]

Senior Games with Angela Padgett

April 5th, 2016 (No Comments)

It has been a crazy week but a good week, we’ve had on the radio show John Jurchack talking about falls and how to avoid them, Don Peeler talking about Crystal Springs, a no step community, we talked with Teepa Snow and Joe Seidel and all of this has been about being healthy at home […]

Active Older Adult Communities

March 28th, 2016 (No Comments)

I have a special guest for this blog post today, he is the brains, the developer, and the push behind Crystal Springs Estate, Don Peeler. To give a little background, two weeks ago I did a radio show with John Jurchack from ‘Healthy at Home.’ We were talking about falls and how to avoid them, […]

Avoiding Falls as You Age

March 24th, 2016 (No Comments)

Our topic today is about how to avoid falls. I spoke with John Jurchack, from ‘Healthy at Home,’ who is an expert on senior care. I was recently looking at No-Step communities. They have town houses that are entirely flat. Even the little raises that go between rooms or height differences on floor levels can […]

Helping Mom or Dad Stay at Home: Tips for Selecting an In-Home Care Provider

March 20th, 2016 (No Comments)

There may come a time when your parent is no longer safe living at home due to physical or emotional/social concerns. Instead of moving Mom or Dad to an assisted living or nursing home, in-home care can provide a solution that makes everyone happy— your parent can stay at home in familiar surroundings and you […]

Your Health Care – Stay at Home with Bayada Home Health Care.

February 28th, 2016 (No Comments)

My guest today is Joe Seidel, division director of Bayada home healthcare and keynote speaker at our 4 city seminar tour beginning March 1st in Asheville, March 3rd in Morganton, March 8th in Charlotte and March 10th in Shelby. Doors open at 5:30 at each location for the vendor fair. At 6 we serve the […]

The Misconceptions about Hospice

February 25th, 2016 (No Comments)

I’m thrilled to bring to everyone today, an interview I conducted with Sharon Martin. Sharon is from Hospice. New York, Manhattan was built by pioneers, by mavericks, who were not scared to be bold and think big, and that is something Sharon does. I consider her a celebrity and a maverick. Last year she was […]

Medicaid Crisis Planning Seminar – Thursday, February 25th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm

February 16th, 2016 (No Comments)

We’ve been talking about Medicaid crisis planning on the radio lately, and I wanted to tell you about a seminar we’re giving at the Le Grand Center in Shelby North Carolina, on Thursday February 25th. This is a special presentation for 20 people only. I’m giving a few of these this year but for reasons […]

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