Medicare Vs. Medicaid – The Definitive Guide A Guest Post by Kayda Norman

Originally published on Quote Wizard at https://quotewizard.com/health-insurance/medicare-vs-medicaid Every year, millions of Americans receive medical assistance through a pair of government funded programs: Medicare and Medicaid. Although they are often confused, they were created to help two separate groups in need of medical coverage. Medicare provides health benefits to senior citizens. Those receiving care usually have to […]

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A Financial Advisor’s Perspective on Aging:How to Prepare for Senior Care Cost A Guest Post by Andy Smith

  ORIGINALLY POST IN A PLACE FOR MOM SENIOR LIVING NEWSLETTER http://www.aplaceformom.com/senior-care-resources/articles/conversations/financial-discussions-with-aging-parents?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWm1Wa016Vm1NREkzTkRkaSIsInQiOiJNRFBwbVArTUZ1cUp2dzA5cFJXTWdYbzFJM0loSnFQMmVXQlhSSDNxS0NzeXdvSWc4Z2s0ZEpja0x0amdQOWxLUHhERldMdzg2SzhveUtqZ2xORGdIMm1TMW5wcXpzRnR3WmdyekZKcUlJRG1mUDV3RXZJWDFhOFRvbndoV1I0OCJ9 Going home to your parents’ house is a wonderful time where we get to spend quality time with our family. For those who live away from our parents, coming home can also be a time of recognition that they are getting older and […]

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Bed Sore Treatment: The Ultimate Guide A Guest Post by Tiffany Rubin, R.N. BSN

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY JESSICA HEGG ON VIVE HEALTH: https://vivehealth.com/blogs/vive-blog/bed-sore-treatment Bed sores are, unfortunately, one of the most common ailments resulting from mobility issues. It’s important to begin bed sore treatment at the first sign of any symptoms.  Pressure ulcers are much easier to deal with when they’re caught early.  Even better, if you understand a […]

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