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"The Grey Zone": How to Handle Partially Incompetent Aging Parents

Your aging parent seems ok one day. The next day, he can't find his way out the front door. Is he really losing it? Or is it just a temporary thing? What we call "the grey zone" is that place between being competent and being incompetent for making decisions that…
Mikol Davis
April 10, 2014
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Can Seniors With "Early Dementia" Safely Handle Money?

Hello,   Are you concerned about an aging loved one in the early stages of dementia? In our consulting practice, we often come across the problem of elders who are losing capacity for decision-making, but are not completely incapacitated. We call this "the grey zone" between perfectly normal and impaired.…
Mikol Davis
March 26, 2014
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The Unexpected Cost of Aging Parent Crises

Aging Parent Crisis - How To Cope Aging parents are living longer than ever and it creates a new need for their adult children: you have to know what to do with the many crises that come up. As our aging parents reach their 80's and 90's or beyond, we…
Mikol Davis
August 7, 2012
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3 Critical Things Left Out Of The Health Care Reform Debate

The political battle on health care reform rages on. But the debate totally misses some important features of the Affordable Care Act that directly affect elders. Maybe people who oppose the Supreme Court decision don't want to look as if they are against elders so they avoid discussing a number…
Mikol Davis
July 5, 2012
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Are Our Aging Parents Taking Too Many Pills?

Did you ever ask your aging parents how many prescriptions they are taking?    The answer could surprise you.  Sometimes there are so many pill bottles, no one is keeping track of all of them.  Parents' memory loss, too many drugs to track easily, lack of money to pay for…
Mikol Davis
May 31, 2012
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The Tough Question: Move In With Your Aging Parent?

The Tough Question: Move In With Your Aging Parent? We hope you are enjoying the beginning of spring and this time of renewal.  Mikol and I have recently moved our offices to new, brighter and better space and we're feeling very renewed!  Wouldn't you agree that there is nothing like…
Mikol Davis
May 10, 2012
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The Tough Question: Move In With Your Aging Parent?

Hello again. Carolyn and Mikol here. We hope you are enjoying the beginning of spring and this time of renewal.  Mikol and I have recently moved our offices to new, brighter and better space and we're feeling very renewed!  Wouldn't you agree that there is nothing like disposing of junk…
Mikol Davis
April 9, 2012
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New Fraud Alert for Your Aging Parents

Carolyn and Mikol here. We just got in an alert from the The National Legal Resource Center (NLRC) and we wanted to share it with you. Can you believe this?   Professional criminals are now targeting people with diabetes to scam them for personal information. Here's how it works.  Someone pretending…
Mikol Davis
March 21, 2012
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November 29, 2011
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You get this valuable resource with over 248 pages instantly. THIS IS A PDF DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT. Add To Cart only $14.95 This is a very comprehensive guide to helping you answer many questions involved in the planning and decisions to care for your aging parent or senior. BE PREPARED .....…
Mikol Davis
November 29, 2011