Are you aware how devastating a fall can be for a senior adult? Sadly, falls are fairly common. Indeed, one in four adults age 65 or older will likely fall this year. Among those affected, several million will be treated in hospital emergency rooms. Of those, hundreds of thousands will be admitted for serious injuries, like...
Do you have parents currently still working and in good health? Do you often visit them in their home with your children? Does the interaction of your children with their grandparents bring back good memories of growing up in the home of your parents? Have you and your parents given any thought to what their future...
Are you concerned that your elder loved one may have Alzheimer’s disease? Did you know that the month of June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? During this annual campaign it is a tremendous opportunity for elders, their families, and their caregivers to partner with health care and legal communities across the country. This partnership allows...
Does your loved one need to move into a nursing home? The decision to move a loved one into a long-term care facility may be one of the most difficult decisions you and your family will ever have to make. Now that the decision is made, how do you choose the right one? What type of...
As an aging adult, do you have good health? Are you able to drive yourself places and visit with family and friends? Have you started to think about your future and what would happen if you had an accident or sudden illness and were unable to make medical decisions for yourself? Or what would happen if...
Does your mother live on her own? Is she currently enjoying good health and an active life? Have you, as her adult child, talked about her plans for the future, especially if she were to need critical nursing care? During the month of May, both National Elder Law Month and National Older American Month are celebrated....
Have you and your family recently been informed that your loved one has Parkinson’s disease? As you and your family research and become more familiar with how Parkinson’s disease progresses, have you learned that your loved one’s ability to walk, bathe, and dress will gradually become impaired? In addition, there may be an increased risk of...
Are you a Florida senior approaching retirement? Or are you a Florida senior already in your later years? Have you started to think about planning for your possible long-term care needs? Are you planning to rely on your Medicare coverage for everything you need for long-term care? While most Florida seniors believe that Medicare and the...
Are you an adult child caring for your aging parent? Is your aging parent beginning to show signs of forgetfulness that may impact his or her ability to live day-to-day without assistance? If your answer is yes, it may be time to address some aging issues with your parent. You may need to consider bringing help...
Congratulations are in order! For the second year in a row, we are pleased to announce that our law firm has been named a 2021 Law Firm 500 Honoree awarded to the Fastest Growing Law Firms in the U.S. We are honored to share that Law Offices of John Mangan, P.A., was ranked #61 with 127%...