Recent Posts in Long Term Care Category

  • Organ Donation via Facebook. Is It Binding?

    || 9-May-2012

    For Clients, Advisors and Community. There was recent news that Facebook users could register as organ donors. This development gave great publicity to the fact that 70% of individuals would accept a donated organ if needed but only 30% are registered to be organ donors. The result has been a well publicized shortage of needed organs for transplantation. Please note that looking for an organ donor ...
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  • What Is a DNR Order? How Does It Work?

    || 1-May-2012

    For Clients, Community and Advisers. I am often asked about the mechanics of implementing a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) Order. Many elder or infirm clients do not want to spend their last months dragged through extraordinary medical procedures. Rather, they choose to have a natural death without having the medical establishment bring out the paddles every time they arrest or have breathing trouble. ...
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  • For Professional Advisors: If your clients are shopping for long-term care insurance, they should expect higher costs and a tougher approval process. That’s the message in a recent Wall Street Journal article ( http://tinyurl.com/873zaco ) about the decision by an increasing number of insurers to stop selling such policies. Most recently, Prudential Financial announced plans to stop taking ...
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