Health Care/Caring for Someone
One of the most difficult situations any adult faces occurs when the tables are turned and it is now time for them to take care of their parent or another elderly relative. Sometimes, the person requiring serious health care as a result of a disability may be a spouse or even yourself. This is a stressful time and quite often, a financial burden. This section tries to make that transition a little easier and aims to provide the information you need when faced with that situation or hopefully when you can plan before it becomes a reality.
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Provided on delaware.tomorrowsmoney.org, a partnership with the National Association of State Treasurers, this section provides a calculator to help you determine if your elderly relative needs help and the financial impact.
These pages from delaware.tomorrowsmoney.org provide information you need to cope with this unwanted change.
This section of delaware.tomorrowsmoney.org looks at the costs of health care from prescriptions to medical bills and what you can do to make the best financial decisions in this area.
There are numerous methods that scam artists use to take money away from seniors and their caretakers. Please be sure to read this important section from delaware.tomorrowsmoney.org and learn how to avoid becoming a victim.
This extensive section from delaware.tomorrowsmoney.org looks at entire caregiving situation. The countless resources it provides could prove to be invaluable for someone going through or considering this life-changing process.
Mymoney.gov provides this section listing resources from various federal agencies helping you during your time of mourning.
This site from AARP provides answers to caregiving questions, ideas, support and more. In addition, there are articles on hospice care, nursing homes, families choosing in-home care themselves and making long-term care decisions. This is an invaluable resource for caregivers!
This section from AARP addresses wills, debts after death and more.
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