Integrity Insurance and Financial Services is one of the top Independent Authorized Exclusive General Agencies for Blue Cross Blue Shield, specializing in Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans. Integrity also offers a number of high quality Long Term Care Insurance products from highly respected companies like John Hancock and Genworth Financial.
Caresire provides private care management services to help you get your loved ones the care they need.
A leader in disinfection for more than 100 years, Clorox created the Clorox® CareConcepts™ line of personal care and cleaning products to support the millions of Americans who have become family caregivers. By partnering with healthcare and caregiving experts and talking to caregivers themselves, Clorox developed the line to address common home healthcare needs, ranging from germ control to bedside bathing.
LawDepot.com allows you to quickly and affordably prepare legal documents, forms and contracts.
My Virtual Homecare brings innovative products to families, seniors and the home bound in our communities, whether it is through tele-health, safety or socialization tools. We handpick products and manufacturers of quality and integrity that empower people to take charge of their own care with assistance and enable them to maintain active life-styles.
Vaso-Wraps safely warm the lower legs of people with diabetes and poor circulation such as PAD especially while they sleep. Relief you can buy yourself – no prescription necessary.
Lynx collects, reviews, and professionally summarizes medical records. This helps people get the most out of their healthcare.
A health care directive or proxy allows you to set your preferences and designate someone (your Agent) to make health care decisions for you when you are no longer able to do so. Depending on your state, it can be referred to as a health care directive, proxy, medical power of attorney or medical directive.
Medical Power of Attorney allows you to designate someone (your Agent) to make health care decisions for you when you are no longer able to do so. If you have a Living Will, the decisions made by your Agent will be constrained by that document. The Medical Power of Attorney is useful for those issues that are not covered by your Living Will. In those cases, your Agent can ensure the intent of your wishes are followed.
Medical directives or living wills are written, legal instructions regarding your preferences for medical care if you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
A Last Will enables you to: - Choose who will get your property after your death; - Choose how your property will be divided among your various beneficiaries; - Give specific items of property to specific people; - Appoint someone you trust to administer your estate; and - Appoint a guardian for your minor children. If you die without a Will, your property will be distributed by a court-appointed administrator according to statutory plans for "intestate succession." Your property will be divided among your surviving spouse, children, and possibly other relatives in whatever manner the law of your jurisdiction specifies. You will not have a chance to give property to non-relatives or to exclude relatives. Additionally, if you have no relatives, your property will go to the state rather than to a friend or charity of your choice.
Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, connects caregivers to services in their community for older adults and their families.
BenefitsCheckUp is a free resource from the National Council on Aging that helps families identify what benefits are available to them that could save money and cover the costs of everyday expenses.
The VA Caregiver Support helps veterans and their caregivers find benefits, information, resources and programs to help make caregiving easier.
ALFA provides families with information about professionally operated assisted living communities to improve choice, quality care, and accessibility for all Americans.
CAN supports family caregivers through education, information and referral services, and advocacy.
Caring Connections, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO), provides free resources and information to help families make decisions about end of life care.
NAC is a coalition of national organizations focusing on issues of family caregiving. They provide families and professional caregivers with information, education and advocacy.
NELF helps families find qualified eldercare attorneys in your area and answers questions about elder and special needs law.
The Alzheimer’s Association is working to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research and provides care and support to those affected and their families.
The American Cancer Society saves lives and creates a world with less cancer and more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well by finding cures, and provides information and resources for families.
The ADA is working to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes and their families.
The AHA builds healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. They provide resources, information, research and support to those affected by heart disease and their families.
NADHA advances the national development and use of adult day services. They help families learn about services and find resources in their communities.
NAHC represents the over 33,000 professional caregivers in the US. They provide information on finding, choosing and managing professional caregivers.
NAPGCM is a resource for families to find and learn about professional geriatric care managers, who help guide families through the Intricacies of caring for older relatives.
NCPEA is an association of researchers, practitioners, educators and advocates dedicated to protecting the safety, security and dignity of America’s most vulnerable citizens. They help families identify and prevent all forms of abuse against the elderly.
The LGBT Aging Center helps improve the quality of services and supports offered to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults.