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Long Term Care

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  • Study costs, restrictions carefully before buying long-term care insurance

    Mackey McNeill, a CPA and personal financial specialist in Bellevue, Ky., talks with clients in their 50s and early 60s about protecting their retirement savings from potential long-term-care expenses--which currently average more than $85,000 a year...
  • Nursing Homes Cited Following Lapses In Care

    State health officials have fined four Connecticut nursing homes following lapses in care that resulted in falls and injuries. St. Joseph's Center in Trumbull was fined $1,020 after a state Department of Public Health inspection found a resident who...
  • Carol D. Lockwood, opera singer

    Carol D. Lockwood, opera singer
    Carol D. Lockwood, an opera singer who performed for years with the Baltimore Civic Opera Company, died Nov. 28 at the Golden Living Nursing Home in Frederick from complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 86. The daughter of Herbert L. Judge, a...
  • Feds Want Four-Year Sentence For Rowland; He Pleads for Leniency

    Feds Want Four-Year Sentence For Rowland; He Pleads for Leniency
    Describing former Gov. John G. Rowland as an ethically challenged politician who has repeatedly broken his trust with voters, federal prosecutors are arguing that he should serve from roughly three to four years in prison for his most recent conviction...
  • Dominic C. 'Nick' Selvi, teacher and musician

    Dominic C. 'Nick' Selvi, teacher and musician
    Dominic C. "Nick" Selvi, an instrumental music teacher and accomplished saxophonist who taught in Harford County elementary schools, died Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of Stage 4 rectal cancer. The Abingdon resident was 36. "He was embraced...
  • Omega's story speaks to rise of healthcare properties

    Omega's story speaks to rise of healthcare properties
    Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. faltered in the late 1990s after cuts to Medicare and Medicaid drained the business of clients. As federal budget cuts rippled through the system, Omega reeled. Founded in 1992, the Hunt Valley-based real estate investment...
  • People on the move

    People on the move
    Redevelopment, economic Nguyen Tran was promoted to director of the Northwest District of the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), to oversee the district's day-to-day operations. In the past, Tran was a senior planner for the City of...
  • To our readers

    To our readers
    The names this year are familiar: Agora, FutureCare, McDonogh School, Praxis Engineering Technologies, Glass Jacobson, Archbishop Spalding High School. Those organizations and a handful of others earned a spot on The Baltimore Sun's list of the region's...
  • Four Nursing Homes Fined, One Following A Resident's Death

    Four Connecticut nursing homes have been fined by the state Department of Public Health following injuries and falls, including one fall that later resulted in a resident's death. Avon Health Center was fined $1,090 because of two incidents. On March 14,...
  • The Planner

    The Planner
    Business events in South Florida. This week Dec. 8 Holiday Business Expo, 5-8 p.m., Embassy Suites, 661 NW. 53rd St., Boca Raton. Presented by Biz to Biz Networking. Visit biztobiznetworking.com. Dec. 9 Planned Giving Council, 7:30 a.m., Tower...
  • Mutated flu virus could signal more hospitalizations, deaths this season

    WASHINGTON This season's flu vaccine may not be as effective against new and possibly more virulent strains of the virus that could become the nation's dominant form of influenza in the young flu season. The emergence of a mutated flu virus has caused...