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States Brace For Baby Boomer Retirement Challenges

There are demographic and cultural shifts occurring in the United States. The baby boomer generation continues to “gray” the country and is changing the way individual states set budgets and health care policies.More attention will be paid to the needs of the post age 50 generation(s). Changing attitudes towards working past the age of 65 has taken root in this country and “retirement age” does not necessarily mean a senior is leaving the workforce. A Gallup poll recently found that 74% of US adults plan to work in some form or another past the age of 65. Some will work out of necessity to earn more money because of increased longevity, health care costs, and reduced Social Security payouts,

Major Overhaul of Veteran Care Passed By Senate

This month, the U.S. Senate passed legislation to increase available health care to U.S. Veterans. The bill will expand long-term and post-acute care (LT/PAC) options. Known as S2373, the VA Mission Act of 2018, it includes a provision authorizing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to enter into provider agreements with extended care providers. This would include nursing care centers. The bill, having passed both Houses of Congress, is expected to be signed into law by the President. Once enacted, the law will create the Veterans Community Care Program and a newly developed claims reimbursement process ready for use in 2019. The new law will address the disparity between Medicare Parts

The Top 5 Reasons To Become A Tech Savvy Senior

Although the “digital divide” is closing, there are still many senior citizens who remain apprehensive about jumping into technology use. However, technology can be a very useful tool in the hands of seniors. Let’s discuss the benefits of becoming a tech savvy senior. 1. Social Connections Technology is an excellent way to maintain social connections, even when seniors may not be able to get out and about. Social media is an excellent way to keep in contact with family and friends. Many seniors are finding their way to online social media sites like Facebook. Family and friends can share photos and videos and send messages. Texting is another excellent way to stay connected to family and fri

Heritage Law Group Hosts A Successful 2nd Annual Elder Law Event

In celebration of National Elder Law Awareness Month and National Stroke Awareness Month, Heritage Law Group hosted the 2nd Annual Elder Law Expo & Workshops on May 22, 2018 at Volunteer State Community College. Over two hundred attendees came out to enjoy complimentary educational workshops, meet and greets with presenters, over 35 local aging-focused vendors, complimentary meals, door prizes and more. The workshops were presented by Attorney Jake Mason of Heritage Law Group, Darlene Kemp of Vista Points Inc, Lori Galbreath of Tennessee State Health Insurance Program, Dr Megan Mason with Saint Thomas Medical Partners/Sumner Medical Group, Dr John Cage with Saint Thomas Heart, USMC(ret) Atto

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