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When Can I Visit Grandma at the Nursing Home

As nursing homes in many states start to emerge from a four-month lockdown, residents and their loved ones are desperate for in-person visits. The federal government has issued guidelines for reopening nursing homes to visitors, and more than half of the states have authorized limited visitation.

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New Symptoms of the Virus

Estate Planning in the Pandemic

The coronavirus crisis has cascaded through pretty much all areas of the financial world, leaving very few businesses unscathed. Uncertainty has always been the enemy of financial stability, and unfortunately, foundational questions about how long the recovery will take and what the future will look like post-crisis do not have clear answers. Understandably, this is a cause of worry and concern for many.

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5 Ways to Combat Social Isolation

A recent scientific report elevates social isolation and loneliness to the level of health problems, associating them with a significantly increased risk for early death from all causes. Of course, social isolation and loneliness can become more common with age. The arrival of the novel coronavirus will almost certainly make the problem worse.

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Still Procrastinating about Your Estate Plan?

Without an estate plan in place, clients will be reliant on state laws and probate courts to appoint individuals who will be responsible for financial affairs and health-care decisions, in the case of illness and ultimately the transfer of assets upon death.

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Should Medicare Continue Telehealth Access?

President Trump’s top Medicare official said Tuesday that expanded access to telemedicine should continue after the coronavirus pandemic recedes and that officials are examining ways to act without waiting for legislation from Congress.

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3 Steps to Take during the Coronavirus

With some cases of COVID-19, patients are dying in isolation. The sorrowful stories are a grim but important reminder: if you haven’t formalized your final wishes, you likely would not have the opportunity to do so from your hospital bed.

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