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Long-Term Care Services Have Room to Improve According to New Report

A new state-by-state scorecard evaluates the effectiveness of long-term care services and concludes that there is much room for im...

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The Effects of Health Care Reform on Long-Term Care

Buried in both the House and Senate health care reform bills are important provisions that would make long-term care more affordab...

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Obama Backing Plan to Include Modest Long-Term Care Insurance in Health Reform

President Barack Obama has given his support to a proposal for new national long-term care insurance program that would offer basi...

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What Are the House Ownership Options When Parents and Adult Children Live Together?

Increasingly, several generations of American families are living together.

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Is Your House Evolving With You? Conducting a Home Access Audit

Estate planning is an ongoing process, one we should re-visit during life’s milestones, such as marriage, divorce, inheritan...

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The Overuse of Antipsychotic Drugs in Nursing Homes

Many nursing homes are improperly prescribing antipsychotic drugs to patients even though federal law has put restrictions on their use.

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Planned National Long-Term Care Insurance Program in Critical Condition

The Obama administration may be on the brink of scuttling the CLASS Act, a new national long-term care insurance ... 

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Dad, Can We Talk? Answers to 9 Top Questions About Discussing Long-Term Care Planning

At what point is it appropriate for grown children, spouses, caregivers or friends to attempt to discuss ...

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