Know the symptoms of a stroke and when to call 911 right away. Learn about ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, TIA, or mini-strokes, and risk factors for stroke.
It's difficult to predict how much and what type of long-term care you or your family members will need. Be prepared with this guide to long-term care.
Looking for long-term care for someone with Alzheimer's? Learn about different facilities, questions to ask, and how to make moving day easier.
Stroke is the top cause of serious adult disability in the U.S. Learn about the causes of stroke and how you can lower your risk.
A geriatric care manager can help you and your family identify caregiving needs and ways to meet them. Learn about the services they provide, and questions to ask during an interview.
Respite care can provide relief for family caregivers. Learn about how respite care could help your family, and find resources to connect with services.
Long-term care could mean staying in your home—aging in place—or considering a nursing home, other facility, or hospice care. Learn how you can be prepared.
If you're considering nursing homes or assisted living facilities, read about things to consider and questions to ask.
Learn about facility-based long-term care services, including assisted living, nursing homes, continuing care retirement communities, and other residential facilities.
How do people pay for long-term care? Learn about payment sources, including government programs, long-term care insurance, and other financing options.