Support Services

Getting around, paying bills, coordinating government benefits, tackling unfamiliar legal issues, dealing with grief -- it can all seem overwhelming. One of the most common mistakes new caregivers make is not taking full advantage of the many agencies, organizations, and groups that offer professional and volunteer help. An underestimated benefit of many services is that they provide not only practical and financial support but also regular, caring human contact.


Medicare and Medicaid

Understanding the basics of the two major federal health care programs, including their differences, will help you and your loved one maximize benefits and minimize confusion and stress.

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End of Life

The final stages of a loved one's life needn't be a time of stress and despair. Safeguard your own emotional health while providing the most comfortable experience possible for your loved one.

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