Across the nation, the number of suicide deaths has been rising since the turn of the millennium. From 2005 to 2017, there was a 43.6% increase in the number of suicide deaths in the general population and a 6.1% increase in the number of suicide deaths in the Veteran population. With the number of suicides on the rise, particularly for veterans, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs is striving to provide resources through VA medical centers and other organizations both to prevent suicide and to help when a suicide occurs. Listed below are a few of these resources for veterans and their families:Read More »Department of Veteran’s Affairs Provides Resources for Preventing Suicide
Many people are unprepared to deal with the legal and financial consequences of a serious illness such as Alzheimer’s disease. Legal and medical experts encourage people… Read More »Dealing with the Legal and Financial Aspects of Alzheimer’s or Other Serious Diseases
Almost everyone is involved with the care of an elderly loved one at one time or another. And affairs of elderly persons always involve legal… Read More »6 Ways Hiring an Elder Law Attorney Will Benefit You and Your Family
Many families living in the Reading, Wyomissing and Berks County, PA area have veterans and spouses who are aging and in need of senior care.… Read More »What is the Aid & Attendance program under Veterans Benefits?