Dementia Rate Declining

A survey reveals the overall rate of dementia in the U.S. is declining, but the reasons are not clear. It has long been expected that as more and more Americans lived into older age and continued to suffer from obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol, the percentage of the population with dementia would increase. Some very [...]

2016-12-28T01:52:13-07:00December 15th, 2016|Elder Law|Comments Off on Dementia Rate Declining

Family Squabbles Can Hurt Elderly Parents

When an elderly parent is approaching the end of life, the ability of the family to come together and agree on treatment and care is vital to ease the parent's suffering. The last thing that most end of life patients want to deal with, is a family feud over the patient’s medical treatment and care. [...]

2016-12-28T01:51:36-07:00December 15th, 2016|Family Feuds|Comments Off on Family Squabbles Can Hurt Elderly Parents
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