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Coronavirus Crisis: Visitation Guidelines for Residential Care, Assisted Living, and Board and Care Facilities for the Elderly

Friends: As part of our mission to care for you and care for yours, we would like you to be aware of a consumer alert published by California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR), updated March 13. Below is the full text of its email alert. Thank you, and be healthy. — From all of us at Terri Hilliard, PC Continue reading

Addressing Concerns with Coronavirus & Flu Season

Sensible Precautions

As reports of the potentially life-threatening COVID-19 virus, aka coronavirus, populate the airwaves, television news and social media feeds, our local community is understandably highly aware and concerned with how to avoid contamination while going about their daily lives. While many experts warn that fear of the virus may cause more damage than the virus itself, Terri Hilliard PC is committed to taking precautions to minimize the spread of germs such as coronavirus and to remain healthy. Continue reading

You are ABLE To Achieve Financial Security for Loved Ones with Disabilities

In 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau released a report that approximately 1 in every 5 Americans had a disability, which translated into almost 56.7 million people.  Most people who are disabled don’t know what to expect yet, the CalABLE Act is available to access financial security for Continue reading

How Do I Parent A Child With Special Needs

Join Futures Academy and PAUSE4kid’s for a presentation on parenting of children with special needs.

Friday, January 24 • 6:00 – 8:30 pm

Futures Academy, 30700 Russell Ranch Rd., Suite 180, Westlake Village

Guest Speaker: Amity Grimes, BSN, MA, RN – professional Parent Educator Continue reading

Family Meetings Matter

Aging is our challenge and our privilege. Our friends or family are of great comfort as we get older, and yet we still may encounter obstacles. Family meetings are considered a major source of ongoing communication. While it is common to delay conversations and discuss wishes, the reality is that death or incapacity can come at any time. Continue reading