Medicare Changes You Need To Know In 2024

by on October 27, 2023

Whether you’ve recently enrolled in Medicare coverage or you’ve been covered by Medicare for quite some time now, you will be happy to hear about some of the changes that are coming to the health care plan in 2024. The changes that will be implemented in 2024 to the program may allow you or your…continue reading

The Three Most Important Things To Know During Medicare’s Open Enrollment

by on October 9, 2023

The first and most important thing you need to know about Medicare’s Open Enrollment period is WHEN it is. We’re not going to count this among our three things, but it is critical that you don’t miss it. If you or a loved one who is aging in place is counting on enrolling in medicare,…continue reading

We Were Named Top Workplace In 2023

by on October 2, 2023

Here at Masters In Home Care we take great pride in being a place that our team loves to come to work each and every day. It is an honor to be able to share, for the second year in a row, that we were recognized by the Hartford Courant as a Top Workplace for…continue reading

You Can Help Your Loved One Aging In Place Prepare For Colder Weather

by on September 28, 2023

Just a few short weeks ago colder weather seemed like something that was going to occur long into the distant future, but then again we live in New England and if you just wait a few minutes the weather patterns will change. Here we are now on the precipice of October and ready to consider…continue reading

Three “Smart” Tools You Can Use For Medication Management

by on September 15, 2023

There are many things to think about when your loved one is planning on aging in place. You will want to help organize medical care for her/him, work through their finances to insure that they are able to afford the lifestyle they are hoping to lead, discuss adjustments that may need to be made to…continue reading

How To Discuss Finances With Your Aging Parents

by on September 8, 2023

Talking about money can be a difficult thing to do, especially when you’re discussing it with your parents. However, it is an unfortunate fact of life that it needs to be discussed, especially if your loved one is aging in place and is living on a fixed income. It is important for you, if you…continue reading