As more adults over the age of 60 seek care that allows for more independence, tech companies are answering the call as they increasingly offer health and wellness products and services that cater to older adults’ specific needs. Voice-assisted devices,
How Important is Sleep?
VERY! Sleep is one of the pillars of good health along with nutrition and physical exercise. Most adults require at least 7 hours a day. Unfortunately, sleep is also one of the major casualties of our …...
What is an Attendant Care...?
When an injured, elderly, or incapacitated person is unable to provide their own basic needs (or activities of daily living, also known as ADL’s) such as eating, toileting, bathing, and dressing and requires assistance it
Michigan DIFS (The Department of Insurance and Financial Services) needs to clarify that all changes enacted by the No-Fault auto law in 2019 do not apply to those already receiving care from their policies that were in effect before the
Starting on July 1, 2021, insurance companies are now required to pay only 55% of what they did previously for routine, residential care services, and rehabilitation for those who have been catastrophically injured prior to the bill taking affect.
On August 16, 2021, the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) reached an agreement regarding the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) debate. The compromise ensures that all pedestrians and uninsured vehicles occupants that were severely injured in an automobile
Because of the legal changes to Michigan’s no-fault law in 2019, significant challenges for providers caring for patients have arisen- with no solution. The changes made have both limited and altered the extent of the PIP allowable expense benefits, as
Voted into effect on Thursday, June 24, 2021, Michigan passed a legislation to give $10 Million to rehabilitation facilities and in-home care providers due to the upcoming rate cuts. These severe cuts are due to the changes in auto insurance
In two of our recent blog posts, we updated you on how the passage of a new auto insurance law could lead to a potential care crisis for some of Michigan’s most vulnerable residents when its biggest changes go into
A new auto insurance law is set to go into effect on July 1. Although it was signed into law almost 2 years ago and have gone into effect incrementally, the worst changes are yet to come. Many are worried,