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Expert's Medicare Guide to Saving Time & Money (2024) [Free eBook]

The complete guide to understanding Medicare and its unique parts. An easy-to-follow eBook.


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Hospice Care: Here's What You Need to Know

insurance long term care Mar 20, 2023

Hospice is a type of healthcare service that focuses on providing comfort and support to individuals who have a life-limiting illness or condition.  Hospice care can be provided at home, in a hospice facility, or in other settings, and it is designed to help people manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life during their final months.

Contrary to some misconceptions, there are many hospice agencies, and they offer a range of services to support individuals and their families.  Hospice is not just for the end of life, and it does not mean that all medications or treatments will be discontinued.  Additionally while hospice can involve pain management with medications like morphine the goal is to provide comfort and relieve suffering rather than hastening death.

There are four levels of hospice care, including routine home care, continuous home care, general inpatient care, and respite care.  Routine home care is the most common level of hospice care and...

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The Pertinent Healthcare Checklist: Stay on Track [Free Download]

An aid for adult children of Medicare recipients to keep track of their parents' healthcare.

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Check Your Body and Avoid the Problems Before They're Worse

ancillary insurance Aug 09, 2022

By: Kevin Weber

It was one of those times as a parent that was so special and so exciting. You want it to be absolutely perfect. The special moment in time, where your child decides to get married and follow their dreams with their new spouse. The preparation, the thought, and the emotion that goes into that important day is unlike any other we had experienced as parents to date. One of the greatest moments of my life, one that I will cherish forever, was when my son Justin, and his fiancé, asked me to preside over their wedding nuptials. 

As things were starting to cool off from everything going on the last few years, my wife Stacey and I, figured it would be the perfect time to go in and get what should have been simple annual checkups. We went into our visit, got our checkups, and it was business as usual. When the doctor came in to see me, she said something to the effect of, “I just saw your wife and noticed a couple small spots I didn’t like, but we...

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The Quick & Easy Medicare Enrollment Secret Checklist [Free Download]


Easily follow the most critical steps when making important Medicare decisions.

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The Unrealistic Long Term Care Plan You've Probably Thought Of

insurance long term care Sep 02, 2021

"I spent all those years, all that money, caring for them. The least they could do for me is take care of me in my final days." Those are the words of so many people approaching and currently in retirement. Things constantly change in this business, there's always something new, except for people thinking their kids will be able to be their care givers should they hit the long term care phase of life, that doesn't seem to ever change. So many kids unknowingly set to become care givers just going about their lives, with no interest or experience in care giving, have no idea their parents are signing them up for the worst job they never asked for. Here is why your kids cannot be your plan for long term care.

Let's start breaking this down. In many cases, families start by two people getting married and making the decision together to start having kids. You get to choose when you start trying to bring children into the world. It's a conscious decision between two people, questions...

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