This post gives an overview of each of the four types of cases available at Mavencare. If you’re an applicant or a recently hired caregiver, this post should help you decide which cases are the best fit for you.
We’ve all heard the advice that seniors should try to keep their minds as active as possible, even if their physical health is limiting some of their mobility. We’ve heard about all the ways to fight cognitive decline: reading newspapers, playing card games, completing sudoku puzzles, even playing musical instruments. But in our technological age, there are even more activities available to keep seniors mentally active - and they’re available at the click of a button.
This post outlines five different online activities for seniors that provide mental stimulation, promote engagement, and supply entertainment.
Writing a will is a crucial task that provides peace of mind for both you and your loved ones. Once you’ve created a will, you can rest assured that your family will be taken care of and that your assets will be managed appropriately after your passing. A will lets your family members know what your final wishes are, so they can find peace and closure in fulfilling those wishes.
It isn’t necessarily easy to create a will, as we rarely want to consider our own mortality. But it’s important, both for you and your family, that you have a will. The process of creating a will is not overly complicated or expensive, and it is well worth the clarity and comfort it provides.
This post highlights some of the important aspects of will creation. This guide should ensure that you don’t miss any key components when creating your will or helping a loved one create theirs. If you make sure that the will you write includes the following components, it will be legally valid and will stand up to any challenges.
This post gives an overview of CDPAP, a Medicaid program available in the state of New York. This post covers CDPAP eligibility, how to become a CDPAP recipient, CDPAP caregiver qualifications, and the pros and cons of the program. Here, you'll find the facts you need to make informed decisions as a CDPAP consumer.