In the face of an Alzheimer’s or Dementia diagnosis, many families are left wondering where to turn? What steps should they take to ensure their loved one is cared for and, when the time comes, their finances are not depleted paying for it? With so much information out there, how do you sort through it all? It can be an overwhelming time. On this week’s replay, Elder Law & Estate Planning Attorney Bob Mannor discusses the many important Alzheimer’s planning steps families can take to protect their loved one and their savings.
Alzheimer’s Planning: What You Need to Know
Watch this webinar replay to answer tough questions like:
- What types of help can I give my loved one to ensure their needs are met?
- How will my loved one manage their finances? Am I allowed to help?
- How can I speak with my loved one’s medical providers to discuss care needs?
- Who can make medical decisions for my loved one if they cannot for themselves?
- What happens if the healthy spouse passes away before the spouse with Alzheimer’s?
- How much does care cost and how do we pay for this?
- Are there Veterans benefits that help with this type of cost?
What to Do Next?
No family is excited to start Alzheimer’s planning, but it is so important. If you or someone you love has been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, experts agree it’s better to plan early. With any illness, families want peace of mind. Legal Planning, especially in the light of Alzheimer’s, is a chance at just that: financial & medical peace of mind.