Category: Geriatric Care Managers

April 25, 2018 robert slutsky

The Washington Post recently ran an article about efforts underway by some folks to expand Oregon’s physician-aided dying law to include those individuals who do not have terminal illnesses. In Oregon, pushing to give patients with degenerative diseases the right to die explains efforts to expand the scope of Oregon’s law to cover those with…

February 20, 2018 robert slutsky

Older parents are becoming more common. Whether it is societal, educational, maturity or debt related (academic debt), our society, in general is having families later in life, sometimes much later. But later-in-life parents have special estate planning and retirement considerations.   The first consideration is to make sure you have an estate plan and that…

February 14, 2018 robert slutsky

Medicare beneficiaries may now discuss options for end-of-life care with their health care providers. Beneficiaries of course were already free to talk about advance care planning with their doctors or other qualified health professionals. However, practitioners were only reimbursed for such discussions during a patient’s “Welcome to Medicare” visit, a time when the topic may…

December 12, 2017 robert slutsky

                            Ann Schoonover and Wendy Walsh from Surrey Services for Seniors Join                                  Slutsky Elder Law as Guest Contributors What is an Aging Life Care Manager? Aging…