Who’s Performing Your Surgery?

Who is Performing Your Surgery?

The Difference Between Board Certified Plastic Surgeons and those who Aren’t

Not all plastic surgeons are the same. Here, you can find out the difference between the certification (or lack thereof) and what that means for you as a patient. […]


Alzheimer’s Can’t Be Fixed––Legacy Assisted Living and Memory Care

Many of us are so frightened at the prospect of Alzheimer’s that we ignore behaviors that could be indicative of the disease, hoping the symptoms will fade or making excuses to avoid the issue. Yet, people often say they wish they had sought a diagnosis and treatment for a loved one sooner, having waited until something horrendous happened that forced a realistic assessment of the situation. […]


The Right Match––Crawford Street Place

Few decisions weigh as heavily on a family as finding the right assisted living accommodations for a loved one. Research and recommendations can be helpful, but you also want to carefully consider the right match––finding a place that meets all your criteria and then some. […]


Getting Old is Harder Than It Used to Be––Lori A. Leu & Associates

As Baby Boomers get older, many of them are suffering because they weren’t fully prepared for the hardships of aging. These days, getting old seems to be harder than it used to be––families live farther apart and aren’t always able to care for each other the way they did in the past. […]


Nurse Practitioners: Your Partner in Health––Grayson Home Health

Nurse practitioners are quickly becoming the health partner of choice for millions of Americans. Because these caring professionals blend clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating health conditions with an added emphasis on disease prevention and health management, they offer a unique blend of nursing and medical care––skills that help guide patients to smarter health and lifestyle choices. […]


Peace of Mind: The Miller Law Firm creates personalized plans addressing both estate planning and Medicaid qualification issues

When faced with the unexpected cost of long-term care for the first time, people are often concerned about their ability to pay for care for themselves or for their parents. Typically, there are three ways one can pay for long- term care: private pay, insurance, or a government option, such as Medicaid. Frequently private pay isn’t an option, or you can see the writing on the wall that the money will not last. […]