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Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth to Baby Boy

A 29 year old woman in a vegetative state gave birth to a son on December 29, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona. The woman, who resides in a long-term care facility named Hacienda Healthcare, has been non-verbal and incapable of moving independently since she was 3 years old due to a near-drowning accident. Caregivers did not Read More

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Sarasota Silver Alert – 83 year old man with dementia

Mr. William Ferris is 83 years old and has dementia. He was last seen Wednesday morning, January 16, 2019. The authorities believe he may be driving a beige Honda Odyssey van with the Florida license plate of DHUZ64. The van does not have GPS nor does Mr. Ferris have a cellphone. It is thought that Read More

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How do I choose who will be the guardian for my minor children if I die?

Parents of minor children can be rightfully concerned about who will care for their children if they are not able to do so. It would be expected that if one parent is unable to care for the children, custody will go to the other parent. However, what if both parents die or become incapacitated? Who Read More

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Medicare 2019- Premiums and Deductibles

2019 Medicare Parts A & B Premiums and Deductibles On October 12, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2019 premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts for the Medicare Part A and Part B programs. Medicare Part B Premiums/Deductibles Medicare Part B covers physician services, outpatient hospital services, certain home health services, Read More

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Medicaid Programs and You – What you need to know

Your elderly parents are in need of a nursing home. The average cost for a nursing home in Florida is $8,346.00. Unless your parents have insurance which will cover this expense, this is usually a financial burden on the family. There are government programs that can help. Medicaid and VA benefits can help supplement the Read More

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Is Guardianship the Answer? Part II – Elderly with Limitations

Old age brings many casualties – reason, clarity, sanity, and independence, among others. When you observe your elderly loved one struggling to care for their needs, health, or finances you want to help. But how? You need to ask about, or look for, any estate planning documents they may have. This will allow you to Read More

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Is Guardianship the Answer? Part I – Children with Disabilities Reaching Adult Age

Having a child is a joyful occasion. But when your child is born with a disability, along with joy comes concern for the future. The parents care for all of their child’s needs and wants. They make the decisions. They do the best they can. But what happens when their child is no longer a Read More

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