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Free/Affordable Social Services for the Elderly, Disabled, Underage and Infirm – Part 1

Holding Hands with Elderly Patient Many people are struggling to find services to help ease the burden of taking care of a loved one that cannot care for them self.  There are a plethora of free and affordable services available for people in need of assistance.  Below is a list of some of the services offered, along with contact information.  ... Read the Rest...
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Do you need a trust?

estate-planning This is a question many people ask when they begin to plan how to distribute their assets to heirs or pay for long term care expenses. If you’re considering your financial legacy and have at least $100,000 in liquid assets or real estate, or if you have some assets which you need to get rid ... Read the Rest...
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Health Companies Tailor Care to Maximize Reimbursements

Health Companies Tailor Care to Maximize Reimbursements The Wall Street Journal reported today that three of the nation’s largest home-health companies tailored the care they provided to Medicare patients to maximize their reimbursements. Until 2008 Medicare reimbursed home-health care services were determined in part on the number of therapy visits administered, with an extra fee (read bonus) kicking in at 10 visits. ... Read the Rest...
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