Long Term Care Problems, Policies, and Proposals – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq. ELDERLAWCARE.COM

Americans are facing an escalating long-term care (LTC) crisis. Industry driven, massively underpriced policies are playing fiscal catch up with hefty premium rate increases. This price increase is forcing some aging Americans to abandon their policy while others struggle to reduce their amount of LTC coverage to keep their rates affordable or reduce their future …

How to Address Resident Abuse in Senior Living Facilities – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq. ELDERLAWCARE.COM

If you have an elderly family member or friend living in an assisted living or skilled nursing facility, it is imperative to stay attuned to the signs of abuse to your loved one. The National Center on Elder Abuse reports the most common types of abuse include physical (29%), psychological (21%), gross neglect (14%), financial exploitation (14%), …

Questions to Ask Before Hiring In-Home Health Care Services – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq. ELDERLAWCARE.COM

There is a wide range of home health care services available from daily household tasks to medical care. Before identifying a health care service for information, get a clear idea of what you are in the market for, be it recovery from surgery or long-term care for a chronic illness. The first step is to …

Wartime Veterans Can Qualify for a VA Pension Without Being Disabled – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq. ELDERLAWCARE.COM

It is a challenge to keep up with US Military benefits as they are always changing, and many veterans miss out on what can be life-changing aid. Many wartime veterans receive a disability pension due to injury. But did you know that wartime veterans age 65 or more may qualify for a VA Pension without …

Veterans Administration Closes Regional Offices During the Pandemic

All Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) Regional Offices are closed to the public for veteran walk-in claim assistance, counseling, scheduled appointments, and other in-person services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The offices will remain open to essential personnel as services will be provided to veterans through the Veterans Administration website (VA). Specific claim question information …

Senior Living Workforce Issues During the Coronavirus Pandemic – Patrick J. Kelleher, Esq.

Fears that provisions in a coronavirus-related relief action by the US government could have severely curtailed the workforce in senior assisted living, independent living, memory care, and continuing care retirement communities provide a cautionary tale. The bill, HR 6201, is a multi-billion dollar aid package known as Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The bill has recently been signed into …

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