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Benefits for Older New Yorkers

Many public programs are available to seniors in need.  The New York City Department for the Aging (DFTA) provides a guide to benefits and entitlements for older New Yorkers. 205 more words

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You were appointed Executor…Now what?

Being the executor of an estate is not a task to take lightly. An executor is the person responsible for managing the administration of a deceased individual’s estate. 805 more words

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New York City's Safest And Most Dangerous Hospitals: Rankings

From New York City Patch: https://patch.com/new-york/new-york-city/new-york-citys-safest-most-dangerous-hospitals-rankings By Brendan Krisel (Patch National Staff)

NEW YORK, NY — Going to certain hospitals in New York City may do more harm than good, according to new batch of hospital safety rankings released Wednesday. 515 more words

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New Protections for Nursing Home Residents

New Obama-era rules designed to give nursing home residents more control of their care are gradually going into effect. The rules give residents more options regarding meals and visitation as well as make changes to discharge and grievance procedures. 348 more words

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Free Services for Seniors or Their Caregivers

Below are 19 Free Services that can come in handy. Via AgingCare.com

BY TONY ROVERE

Most seniors these days are living on limited incomes from sources that may include Social Security, a small pension or maybe some other form of government assistance. 2,843 more words

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