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Is a 'Medicaid Divorce' Ethical?

A Seattle woman asks a New York Times advice columnist whether it is ethical to divorce a husband who suffers from Alzheimer's so that she can retain her assets while he qualifies for Medicaid. More . . .

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Putting the Home Into Nursing Homes

Around the country, a handful of new approaches are being tried to do away with the hospital model for nursing homes and replace it with care that gives meaning to residents' lives, according to an article in the Washington Post.

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Guardian Should Have Respected Couple

The person appointed by a court to manage the affairs of an institutionalized Medicaid recipient failed in her role because she did not respect the efforts that the recipient and his wife had made to protect their small savings from...

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