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Lexington, NC – Attorney Ryan McNeill of Brinkley Walser Stoner will present a seminar on Medicaid Planning on Tuesday, January 22, at the J. Smith Young YMCA in Lexington. The session will cover Medicaid rules and steps you can take to protect your family. The event is free but pre-registration is required.
In the December 2018 issue of the BWS Update: Learn the role of the closing attorney in a real estate transaction; The Empty Stocking Fund; and Food, Shelter & Support in Greensboro.
In the November 2018 issue of the BWS Update: statistics on car crashes around the holidays and how you might avoid becoming one, milk and cookies with Santa, and addressing senior hunger in our communities.
The holiday season is fast approaching. While most of us will be celebrating with family and friends, there is something none of us want to think about: the holidays often mean increases in car crashes. The North Carolina Department of Transportation reported the following statistics for 2017 (the most recent year for which data is available):
For the four-day Thanksgiving holiday period, there were 2,746 crashes reported
Updated for 2016: Placing a loved in a long-term care facility is often one of the hardest decisions a family must make, so you want to find the best long-term care facilities available. As our population has aged, the number and type of these facilities has increased to accommodate the need. There are active adult communities, assisted living centers, special care units (aka “Alzheimer’s Units”), nursing care facilities, and specialized options for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. Also available are progressive care campuses that offer residents a continuum from independent living through full nursing care.