The high cost of nursing home care has made long-term planning a critical issue for nearly all middle-class seniors and their families.
According to a report from the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG), nursing home residents have been particularly affected by COVID-19, as they are predominantly… Read More »COVID-19 Had a Devastating Impact on Medicare Beneficiaries in Nursing Homes
Aging residents in the Berks County-Reading area, like seniors everywhere, are becoming more inclined to stay in their homes as long as possible instead of… Read More »Financial Assistance for Aging-in-Place Home Improvements
People go to nursing homes for different reasons — for example, if they’re sick, hurt, had surgery and need to get better, or have chronic… Read More »Planning for Nursing Home and Long-Term Care
Every year, many seniors are targeted by scammers who want to steal their Medicare numbers to do things like rack up fake health care charges and commit identity theft.
Planning to retire on your 65th birthday? I didn’t think so….
The traditional notion of retirement – a switch from full-time work to full-time leisure – is becoming a thing of the past for millions of Americans. In fact, according to a recent UnitedHealthcare survey* of 1,000 nationally representative Americans 62 and older, 24 percent of those who did retire chose to re-enter the workforce.