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What Does it Mean to Have Guardianship Over a Parent?

September 1, 2020

Parents take care of their children for the first 18 years of life, and sometimes long afterward. When your parents reach old age, you may need to take over their care and the tasks associated with their daily lives. Guardianship over a parent is also called conservatorship. It is a legal option that gives you […]

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What is Guardianship and Why is it Needed?

May 3, 2020

As a parent, you know that you want to ensure the proper care of your child even if you are unable to provide it yourself. As an adult, you need to make sure that your parents have someone who can make important decisions on their behalf if they are unable to do so. A guardian […]

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What are the Common Types of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect?

March 2, 2019

When we leave our elderly loved ones in a nursing facility, we believe that they will be lovingly and compassionately cared for throughout their stay. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Thousands of nursing home residents are the victims of abuse or neglect and this can cause medical complications and sometimes death. Your loved […]

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Important Tips for Preventing Nursing Home Abuse

November 5, 2018

When the time comes to make the difficult decision about where your elderly parent will live, you will likely go through a range of emotions. You might feel stress, worry, sadness, and even relief when you finally decide. Coming to the realization that you cannot offer them the care and attention they need in their […]

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What are the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse?

October 5, 2018

Nursing home abuse is a serious problem that thousands of people deal with each year in Wisconsin. The decision to move a loved one into a nursing home is difficult enough for adult children; it can be even more difficult knowing that the staff, nurses, and doctors could be abusing their loved one. Today, we […]

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Is Your Loved One Being Financially Exploited?

April 30, 2018

Nursing home abuse comes in many forms. Some of these forms, like emotional abuse and financial exploitation, can go undetected for years because they do not have the same obvious symptoms as other types of abuse, like physical and sexual abuse. Financial exploitation is the unauthorized use of an individual’s financial resources for one’s own […]

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Emotional Abuse in Nursing Homes

April 25, 2018

Not all abuse that occurs in nursing homes is physical. Nursing home residents can face emotional, psychological, sexual, and financial abuse at their caregivers’ hands. Sometimes, they face two or more types of abuse at once. Emotional abuse is the use of emotional manipulation to control another individual. It can be used to keep a […]

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How to Plan for Long-Term Care

September 4, 2017

When you create your estate plan, there are many things you need to consider. An estate plan is more than just your will, it is all of your desires for your own care and the succession of your assets after you are incapacitated and after your death. Planning for your long-term care is an essential […]

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Overmedication is a Type of Nursing Home Abuse

April 8, 2017

If you have a loved one currently residing in a nursing home, it is most likely because you and your family feel that this is where he or she can receive the care needed to remain healthy. This care includes mental stimulation and emotional support as well as medical treatment. When a nursing home’s staff […]

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Recognizing Financial Abuse

January 23, 2017

Financial abuse is the use of finances, debt, and earning capacity to keep another individual under one’s control.

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