Category Archives: Newsletter

Hospitalization During COVID-19

Planning for hospitalization is something we do continuously, especially with our most vulnerable clients — those that are older, living without family members close by, or living with multiple, chronic conditions and/or alone. But COVID-19 has exacerbated an already difficult situation: First, because those who are ill must now enter the hospital alone, without a… Read on…

Coping With COVID-19

In previous newsletters, I’ve related personal experiences with my older adult parents as a means of sharing my views on how best to manage a variety of healthcare obstacles and situations. The COVID-19 Pandemic is no exception. One of the many factors resulting in my decision to cancel a vacation was my need to be… Read on…

Health Insurance — What Exactly Am I Buying?

Many of our clients complain about their inadequate health insurance coverage. Often, the cause is a lack of understanding regarding the true costs of coverage, as well as the inherent administrative barriers that exist. Our goal, always, is to educate our clients. This way, they can make informed selections about Medicare coverage and/or purchases on… Read on…