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Health and Rehabilitation at Peak Resources

October 7th, 2015 (No Comments)

In my never-ending quest to discover all available options to seniors, I had the privilege of sitting down with Kris Thompson, the Executive Director at Peak Resources. We spoke briefly about the services that Peak Resources offers, what families and seniors should look for when choosing a nursing home, and the many benefits awarded to […]

ACCESS Care with Jane Wright

September 30th, 2015 (No Comments)

Some members of our Elder Law family recently participated in the health fair at the Neal Senior Center in Shelby. This is the second year in a row that our Elder Law office has participated in the event and we even set up a booth in order to talk to seniors about health care options. […]

In Home Care: Alternative Care Options Part II

September 24th, 2015 (No Comments)

In this next feature in my Alternatives to Nursing Home Care series, I have the privilege of highlighting Bayada Home Health Care thanks to the interview I conducted with Amber Mitchell, the Client Services Manager of the Shelby faction of Bayada. Bayada, as some of you might know, sends people in-home to take care of […]

Adult Day Care and Life Enrichment – Alternative Care Option

September 17th, 2015 (No Comments)

Adult Day Care One of the more recent options for care has emerged in the form of Adult Day Care centers, which are not only relegated to senior citizens, but individuals who have special needs, as well. I consider myself lucky to be a friend of Suzi Kennedy from the Life Enrichment Center of Shelby, […]

Who are your MVPs?

September 9th, 2015 (No Comments)

One of the most important decisions a sports team can make is the selection of the people on their team, specifically who they are going to place in the various positions to best suit their needs. The Panthers are big in the news right now, just as football season is coming back around, and the […]

Should I Use an Attorney or a Non-Attorney when Engaging in VA Aid & Attendance Planning?

September 3rd, 2015 (No Comments)

Earlier this week, I took a trip up to one of my favorite places in North Carolina – the mountains. My wife and I decided to take a couple’s excursion to enjoy the last remaining weeks of the summer. Now, we both love our kids. But sometimes, as you parents all know, it’s great to […]

Who Wants to Know the Basic Differences in Different Deeds to Compare and Contrast??? Ooo… Ooo… Me, Me!!!

August 28th, 2015 (No Comments)

“I get questions multiple times per day regarding the differences in one deed versus another.  I wanted to put together this short piece to give a short summary and comparison of a few types of deeds.  You SHOULD NOT engage in deed planning without consulting an attorney first!  I can say I am EXTREMELY proud […]

Back to School with the Elder Law Guy

August 26th, 2015 (No Comments)

  Well, the day finally came for me to send my kids back to school. The last week of August, I packed up four of my six wonderful children and waved them off at the bus stop, feeling excited and hopeful for their year ahead. People might think I’m crazy, but I do think kids […]

Beat the Odds – Don’t Let the Government Take it All!

August 20th, 2015 (No Comments)

On the evening of Thursday, August 6, nine Republican candidates took the stage at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, for one of the first debates of the 2016 Presidential Election. Now, I’ll admit that I stayed up a bit later than I’m used to so that I could watch the entire program, and […]

The World Series of Elder Law! Cover Your Bases…

August 19th, 2015 (No Comments)

When I was younger, I played a lot of baseball. It’s a sport that I miss playing dearly today, and whenever I think back to my years on the mound at the City Park in Shelby, rounding the bases, my heart is gripped by the nostalgia I feel. As a young man I had never given […]

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