Planning travels to see family in the coming weeks?
In between cookie baking and movie marathons, many clients have shared that these visits are a good time to take stock of any changes in an elder loved one’s health, appearance, or environment.
If you notice changes during your visit, try to gently assess the circumstances while you’re together to determine if help is needed.
We’re here to serve as an elder law resource, but we’re also happy to serve as “connectors” to other community resources for your family.
Safe travels and warm wishes during your holiday season . . .
Public Service Announcement:
We attended Winterlights at Newfields this weekend-just one of countless wonderful holiday activities around Indy. It was breathtaking.
If someone in your family receives health care via Medicaid or participates in certain other state assistance programs, then you should definitely know about the Access Pass!
Here’s how it works-Families that meet the requirements can visit all participating locations (think Winterlights, The Children’s Museum, Conner Prairie, The Eiteljorg, etc) for just $2 per family member per visit, for up to two adults and dependent youth living in the household.
We love seeing increased accessibility for these sorts of cultural events.
(And-in related news- we also love seeing increased accessibility for legal services-which is a major motivator for what we do.)
Learn more about the Access Pass Program here.
Happiest of holidays to you and yours.