Got a delightful phone call from Ecumen customer Honor Hacker today. She brought to my attention an article "10 Things the Church Should Know About Seniors" in the
House Democratic leaders Tuesday unveiled their bill to reform America's health care system — and insure an additional 37 million Americans over the next 10 years - to the tune of more than $1 trillion, funded mostly through an up-to-5.4 percent surtax on income for
Many years ago I used to visit my friend Ruthy's garden. She was not only a master gardener but a wise woman.
So many people look at our country's changing demographics and have stars in their eyes when it comes to senior housing development. But you can't take the Field of Dreams approach: Just because you build it, doesn't mean they'll come.
- It's a long way from passage, but long-term care financing reform is gaining momentum . .
Nearly 3.5 million Minnesota adults are uninsured for long-term care and supportive services, meaning that many of us cannot afford the cost of a longer life or long-term disabilities.
Someone recently told me they know a lawyer who can help with Medicaid planning. Basically this "professional" helps people hide assets so they qualify for Medicaid and get their care paid for by government.