Does California Recognize the ‘Right to Die’ ? New Law Says “Yes”!

News Flash: On October 5, 2015, Governor Brown signed the End of Life Option Act.  It authorizes “an adult who meets certain qualifications, and who has been determined by his or her attending physician to be suffering from a terminal disease, as defined, to make a request for a drug prescribed …. for the purpose of… Read More »

Personal Care Contracts: The Hidden Solution to the Elder Care Dilemma

Caring for an aging relative is difficult—and often underappreciated—work. Many people who serve as caregivers often feel as if they have two jobs—their full-time day job at the office and the part-to-full-time job of caregiver at home. As their parents age and decline, most of these caregivers end up not only giving up more and… Read More »

Supreme Court’s Ruling on Health Care Reform May Help Seniors

The recent Supreme Court ruling of the constitutionality of the new health care reforms has many seniors breathing a sigh of relief. The ruling has ensured that, at least for the time being, senior citizens will continue to receive their currently existing benefits from programs such as Medicaid and Medicare; but the ruling also paves… Read More »