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Problem: I seem to have been written off by the nursing home as not having any legal standing in regards to my mother's care or spending money at all. Legal Aid drew up the FPOA and DPOA in 2007, and I thought we were all set. I never saw it coming. ...
cc84374458 09-20-2018 02:31 PM
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Hello, After caring for my 89-year-old mother for seven years, who has Alzheimer Disease, which I managed with a pretty controlled environment, including daily in-person checks at her apartment, for the last seven years, I feel like she was stolen fr...
cc84374458 08-08-2018 04:32 AM
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To clarify, we do have a DPOA. I hear different stories as to whether it is in effect or not based on the Alzheimer's. My mother apparently still has a valid signature because I set the reminder in her call queue to show up for her housing recertific...
cc84374458 04-02-2018 03:21 AM
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Hello, I have been actively involved in caring for my 89-year-old mother since I coincidently moved back to my hometown in 2011. If we lump in financial management, the care extends back to her early sixties because she could not balance a checking a...
cc84374458 04-01-2018 03:01 PM
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Hello. I was wondering what people have done when a parent needs help managing money and has other needs in order to stay home. I do some housekeeping, all her shopping, and often act more like a social worker, filling out forms, making calls, etc. A...
cc84374458 06-26-2017 06:17 PM
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Problem: I seem to have been written off by the nursing home as not having any legal standing in regards to my mother's care or spending money at all. Legal Aid drew up the FPOA and DPOA in 2007, and I thought we were all set. I never saw it coming. ...
cc84374458 09-20-2018 02:31 PM
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Hello, After caring for my 89-year-old mother for seven years, who has Alzheimer Disease, which I managed with a pretty controlled environment, including daily in-person checks at her apartment, for the last seven years, I feel like she was stolen fr...
cc84374458 08-08-2018 04:32 AM
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To clarify, we do have a DPOA. I hear different stories as to whether it is in effect or not based on the Alzheimer's. My mother apparently still has a valid signature because I set the reminder in her call queue to show up for her housing recertific...
cc84374458 04-02-2018 03:21 AM
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Hello, I have been actively involved in caring for my 89-year-old mother since I coincidently moved back to my hometown in 2011. If we lump in financial management, the care extends back to her early sixties because she could not balance a checking a...
cc84374458 04-01-2018 03:01 PM
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Hello. I was wondering what people have done when a parent needs help managing money and has other needs in order to stay home. I do some housekeeping, all her shopping, and often act more like a social worker, filling out forms, making calls, etc. A...
cc84374458 06-26-2017 06:17 PM
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Problem: I seem to have been written off by the nursing home as not having any legal standing in regards to my mother's care or spending money at all. Legal Aid drew up the FPOA and DPOA in 2007, and I thought we were all set. I never saw it coming. ...
cc84374458 09-20-2018 02:31 PM
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Kudos
2112
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Hello, After caring for my 89-year-old mother for seven years, who has Alzheimer Disease, which I managed with a pretty controlled environment, including daily in-person checks at her apartment, for the last seven years, I feel like she was stolen fr...
cc84374458 08-08-2018 04:32 AM
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540
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To clarify, we do have a DPOA. I hear different stories as to whether it is in effect or not based on the Alzheimer's. My mother apparently still has a valid signature because I set the reminder in her call queue to show up for her housing recertific...
cc84374458 04-02-2018 03:21 AM
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2416
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Hello, I have been actively involved in caring for my 89-year-old mother since I coincidently moved back to my hometown in 2011. If we lump in financial management, the care extends back to her early sixties because she could not balance a checking a...
cc84374458 04-01-2018 03:01 PM
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Hello. I was wondering what people have done when a parent needs help managing money and has other needs in order to stay home. I do some housekeeping, all her shopping, and often act more like a social worker, filling out forms, making calls, etc. A...
cc84374458 06-26-2017 06:17 PM
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