Memory Cafes Offer Dementia Patients & Caregivers a Day Out with Dignity

Coping with a loved one’s dementia is difficult enough at home, where they’re surrounded by familiar faces and objects. Going out to social activities can become a major ordeal, and many caregivers and patients suffer from isolation as a result. One path through the social maze: “Memory cafes” that allow dementia patients and their families … Read more

Can I File Bankruptcy for My Mother With Dementia? – Vincent

“Dear Steve, Father passed away 10 years ago, mom getting very up in age (over 90) moved to florida after dad passed away to help mom out – live with her and we share expenses to make house run. I became my mom’s legal power of attorney and health care surrogate a few years ago … Read more

My Mother Has Debt and Dementia. I’m Her Caregiver. Can I File Bankruptcy for Her? – Sue

“Dear Lewis, I have been caring for my mother for over ten years now and we have gone through many changes in the last two years. First off, Mom put $50,000 down on a house ten years ago for her and my husband and myself to live in. She then sold it to us, eventually … Read more

I Took a Salary Cut, My Mother Got Dementia and Cancer and I Had to Take Care of the Colostomy. – Bill

“Dear Damon, I had to take a $18000 salary cut due to a company wide reorganization. In addition, my Mother was stricken with Dementia and Cancer and I took care of her especially after her Colostomy to go around the tumor. I had made a promise to her that I would not put her in … Read more

I Cared for My Mother But She Recently Passed Away. Now I’m Left With Terminal Debt. – Bill

“Dear Steve, I searched for rating of Finacial Freedom Non-profit and your expose of their scam came up. Thank you you are a Saint! I had to take a $18000 salary cut due to a company wide reorganization. In addition, my Mother was stricken with Dementia and Cancer and I took care of her especially … Read more