Elder Care

Lewers, Christine
November 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p92
Focuses on health, financial and legal issues for children of aging parents in Indiana. Provisions of the Senior Health Insurance Information Program; Importance of living wills; Advantages of availing the long-term care insurance.


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