Author: Bonnie Lawston: NY Estate & Probate Litigator Stephen Sternbach: Star Multi Care: Home Health Care According to a study conducted at the Ohio State University, there are more than 33,000 home health care providers in the United States, offering assistance to approximately 12 million people. Nearly 70% of the home health care patients are […]Read More Home Health Care in Demand
As our population ages, and more and more people require regular medical care, the demand for home health care services continues to rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 1.5 million people were receiving home health care services in 2007, with an average of 315 days of care. Home health […]Read More Legal Documents to Consider When You Seek In-Home Health Care
If you do not have a Will or a current valid Will, then your money and assets may not go to the people that you want it to go to and the Court will dictate how it is distributed pursuant to the applicable law that controls your case based on your jurisdiction and residence. With […]Read More Less then half of all adults do not have a Will ? Why not?
Author: Law Office Bonnie Lawston: Bonnie Lawston New York and Long Island Estate Attorney When your loved one begins to show signs of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, your focus tends to be on medical issues—the kinds of treatment that may be available, the effectiveness of different medications. However, there are steps that you need to […]Read More Protecting Your Legal Rights When Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s disease is a growing problem today that burdens loved ones and their families. The U.S. government website, alzheimers.gov reports that over five million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is most prevalent among the elderly, but is not a normal part of aging. Diagnosis requires testing by qualified professionals. We cannot predict […]Read More What Can You Do about the Adverse Effects of Alzheimer’s?
Author: Bonnie Lawston If your parents or a loved one have suffered an injury or have an illness that makes it difficult or impossible for them to address their own needs, you may need to secure in-home care services. At the same time, you will want to take all appropriate legal measures to protect your […]Read More Protecting Your Loved Ones as They Age