Expectations and Reality: A Review of Long-Term Care

Unfortunately, it is impossible to create a standardized time frame regarding end-of-life or long-term care since it varies case by case. While there are signs and symptoms that allow people to predict the direction that someone‚Äôs health is going, many individuals begin long term care after a sudden life change that leaves them unable to…

How Robot Technology is Caring for the Elderly

Japan faces a rapidly aging population. As more and more of the population greys, fewer and fewer young people are available to care for the elderly. There is a particular shortage of health care workers who work with the elderly therefore the demand for elderly health care is not being met. Among health care workers,…

Promoting Advance Directives, Reducing Medicare Spending

More and more people are living to the age of 100. As our longevity increases, it is crucial to have an advance directive to make health care decisions, which may reduce the overall cost of end-of-life care. While Medicare guarantees access to health insurance for individual Americans and lawful residents aged 65 and older, the…