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Planning for the Future: Valuable Documents at Your Fingertips

As a caregiver, it’s important to have all your loved one’s financial, medical and legal documents organized and handy at all times. This includes their will, bank account information, mortgage paperwork, Social Security card and a list of doctors and their contact information. As Elinor Ginzler, Director of Livable Communities, suggests, having these items organized in advance of any major planning or an unexpected crisis will help you navigate the medical maze with a bit more ease. … Back to Article

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