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  • Biden administration vows tougher oversight of poor-performing nursing homes with safety issues
    Biden administration vows tougher oversight of poor-performing nursing homes with safety issues

    The Biden administration announced plans Friday to toughen oversight of the nation's poorest-performing nursing homes with escalating fines and terminating federal funding for the homes that fail to ...

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  • Preventing Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
    Preventing Financial Exploitation of the Elderly

    With more people living into their eighties and nineties, elder abuse is becoming increasingly common. Have you seen the 2020 Netflix movie I Care a Lot about the manipulative legal guardian who ...

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  • Elder Law Resources
    Elder Law Resources

    “Elder law” is a broad term used to describe areas of law important to senior citizens. It can include estate planning, medical costs, and retirement planning. Below, a few of our favorite elder law ...

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  • When Can Someone Be Declared Legally Incompetent?
    When Can Someone Be Declared Legally Incompetent?

    If you’re a caregiver of an elderly person, it may become increasingly difficult to take care of them if you’re not their legal guardian. But becoming a guardian requires obtaining a declaration of ...

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  • Elder Abuse: What Is It, How to Recognize It, And How To Fight Against It
    Elder Abuse: What Is It, How to Recognize It, And How To Fight Against It

    Elder abuse is on the rise. According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, 1 in 10 Americans over the age of 60 have experienced some form of abuse. Although common, elder abuse is chronically ...

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  • Proposed Bill Would Provide Relief to Family Caregivers
    Proposed Bill Would Provide Relief to Family Caregivers

    There are approximately 48 million family caregivers in America. These hard-working people often spend thousands of dollars of their own money to assist their loved ones, while also holding their own ...

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