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When your elderly parents or loved one needs senior care, they will often tell you that they would prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own home. At first, the in-home care services they need could be non-medical, such as light housekeeping, food preparation, companion, or personal care. As they...
How to Pay for In-Home Care with Life Insurance
For many hard-working adults, taking care of a loved one in need can be complicated and time consuming, often requiring the aid of a trained caregiver. Whether it’s for chronic pain sufferers, aging parents or family members recovering from an injury, in-home care is a worthy investment that unfortunately for...
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Opening The Conversation on Care
Molly Rowe owns FirstLight Home Care of Salem, MA with her husband, Steve, and lives in Swampscott with their two sons. A few weeks ago, I wrote about our regrets related to my father-in-law in the last few years of his life. Since then, I’ve heard many stories from people...
The Financial Toll Of Caring For Your Aging Parents
Are you jeopardizing your own financial future and health by taking care of your aging parents? If you’re in the sandwich generation, your kids may be in college or thinking about going to college in the near future. You’d like to retire someday yourself, but your 401K is not as...
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