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Article Index CHAPTER ONE 27 for Trustees and BeneficiariesTrust Income Tax Considerations By John P. Bjorkman, Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen 28 Medicaid Eligibility: Know the FactsNavigating the Complexities By Richard L. Sayre, Sayre & Sayre PS 30 By Lynn St. Louis Law OfficeElder Law: Meeting Seniors’ Needs 31 What is the right option for you? CHAPTER THREELong Term Care Planning Basics By Joel Ferris, Jr., Long Term Care Insurance Career Agent & District Leader for the 101 ALTCEW Provides Many Spokane Area, Genworth Financial Services That May Benefit 32 Important Documents and By Nick Beamer, Executive Director,You or a Loved OnePlanning for Increased Care: Aging and Long Term Care of How They Protect You Eastern Washington By Robert L. Redmond, Attorney at Law Hennessey, Edwards, Hipperon & Redmond P.S. 102 to a TeenagerForce-Feeding Broccoli By Rob Fraser, MBA, NHA, CHAPTER TWO President / Owner, 67 Long-Term at Home 103 Spotting the Signs; Getting HelpCare To Stay HomeWatching out for MalnutritionProviding Care Over theBy Nick Beamer, Executive Director, Aging and Long Term Care of By Greater Spokane County Eastern Washington Meals on Wheels 68 An Expert Senior Placement 104 By Gina Drummond, RN, MSN,The Facts About Hospice CareFinding the Right Home: Specialist Can Find the Right Chief Executive Officer Fit for You Hospice of Spokane By Beth Swilling, CSA and Tim Swilling, Owners Assisted Transition Spokane 69 Vital Resources for Dealing CHAPTER FOUROsteoporosis:120The Silent But Deadly DangerSenior Real Estate Specialists:With Transition By Kathy Bryant, Broker / By Shannon Wood Realtor Seniors Real Estate Specialist 70 By Becky Tiller, MA, LMHC,Note to Seniors: Plan for Change! Tiller Care Strategies Please see page 138 for a list of advertisers 6


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