Help For Long Term Care?


Saving for care in our old age usually falls by the wayside in favor of the things we want to pay for now. A relatively little known provision in some health care bills allows people to voluntary contribute to a national fund that would pay at least $50 a day for at home nursing care […]

Having the Final Say


Powers of attorney for healthcare decision making are a valuable tool to ensure that your medical wishes are carried out if you become incapacitated and unable to express your desires. Unpleasant decisions, but this document relieves your loved ones from the emotional burden of having to make those decisions by themselves.

Plantar Fasciitis – Learn What the Best Treatments are for Plantar Fasciitis

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Plantar Fasciitis is a common term heard very frequently these days. Millions of people are suffering from plantar fasciitis, with people in their fifties affected the most. This pain is felt in two sections of the foot, under the heel and in the back of the heel. Plantar fasciitis occurs due to being overweight and […]

Living (And Thriving) With A Physical Disability


I am a lot of things to many people. Daughter. Sister. Best friend. Writer. Columnist. Blogger. Oh, yeah, and I have a physical disability, too. Yes, I know that might sound a bit strange. To list one’s disability as a footnote of sorts, but that’s how I’ve come to view my disability. I was born […]

Tips For the Newly Disabled

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I was paralyzed from the waist down for several years in my thirties. The ten tips below came from my own hard, slow work to regain my mobility, and the common experiences of many disabled clients in similar situations. They will help you understand what might be happening in your mind, body and social life, […]