They discussed a wide range of elder law topics, including the different types of long term care needed by seniors and the severely disabled, specific financial issues such as paying for care, possible government benefits, and more.
Yale elaborates, “The best time to speak to an elder law attorney is when an aging family member initially gets a diagnosis. This is just a starting point. Of course, it is never too late to contact an elder law attorney and find out what the options are.”
Watch the whole interview below!