by: Pansy Walker , Medicaid program facilitator
“Have you planned for your future?” “What is your five, ten-year plan”?
These are questions that you may hear when you graduate high school, college or at some other significant event. Many of us hardly know what we are doing the next week. If you are caring for a loved one, a loved one is caring for you, or if you have children whether young or adult aged, planning for your and their future is important. Part of that planning process should include the following key items:
• Power of Attorney (POA)
• Living Will/ Medical Directive
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