Spotlight on Elderlaw: “Aging in Place”

While much of the legal planning we discuss has to do with protecting assets in the event nursing home care is required either temporarily or permanently during one’s life, nursing home placement is a last resort, and care can usually be provided in the home setting for most people until the end of life, or close to the end of life.

Discreet New Hearing Aids

Wife says: “Honey, look at the beautiful moon.” Husband hears: “I’d love to have a prune!”

‘Where Life Continues’

Calvary is the nation’s only fully accredited acute-care specialty hospital devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients – from all faith traditions – with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

ArchCare Offers Answers for Family Caregivers

ArchCare, the Continuing Care Community of the Archdiocese of New York, provides nearly 6,000 aging and disabled people each day with the healthcare and other support they need to stay healthy and live safely.