Max Mayblum

Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®

Max is the founder and CEO of Givers. Motivated by his personal exposure to family caregiving and his background in healthtech, he started the company on a mission to help caregivers get long overdue support and resources. Max is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® and is passionate about helping caregivers find the joy and connection in their role.

Written by Max Mayblum

Medicare Open Enrollment: What You Should Know

Medicare is an insurance policy provided by the federal government to elderly and disabled Americans so they can receive healthcare. Each year, medicare open enrollment offers the opportunity to drop, enroll, or change your loved one's medicare plan. It's important to take the time to evaluate the current medicare plan to determine if it's the best plan for you or your loved one.
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How To Manage The Rising Cost of Living on a Fixed Income

The rising cost of living causes many seniors to struggle with meeting their financial obligations. This can lead to seniors cutting expenses by skipping meals, rationing medication, canceling appointments and more. There are some strategies that you can use to help your loved one continue to have their needs met while covering their expenses.
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Finance & Legal
11
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How to Become a Family Caregiver

Becoming a family caregiver is a worthwhile journey. First, you will need to decide if you want to be an unofficial or a certified family caregiver. Once you have decided what type of caregiver you would like to be, there are a few steps to take. As an unofficial caregiver, you'll need to learn about your loved one, their needs and desires, and how you can help. To be an official family caregiver, you'll need to learn about the job, get trained, and get licensed.
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Taxes
7
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What Is The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit?

Discover how tax credits, like the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit, can significantly reduce your tax bill, and learn how to maximize your eligibility.
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Why Family Caregivers Should Get Paid

Family caregivers provide $470 billion in unpaid care. Here is the case for compensating them. Within that, learn how Givers can help you save on each care giving purchase you make just with a simple card!
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How To Help Someone with PTSD

Supporting a loved one with PTSD involves understanding the condition, creating a safe environment, identifying triggers, encouraging treatment, and effective communication.
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What Is Vascular Dementia?

Discover the causes, symptoms, and treatments for vascular dementia, a condition resulting from impaired blood flow to the brain, affecting memory, mood, and movement.
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Addressing Common Sleep Disorders in Older Adults

Learn how to improve sleep quality in older adults by understanding common sleep disorders, their causes, and effective treatment options.
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Strokes 101: Types, Symptoms, and Treatment

Learn to recognize, respond to, and prevent strokes with our comprehensive guide on symptoms, emergency actions, and lifestyle tips.
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Vision Loss: Causes, Treatments, Prevention

Discover how caregivers can support loved ones with vision loss through effective management and preventative strategies.
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Medicaid
5
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How to Navigate the Transition to Structured Family Caregiving in Indiana

Learn how to navigate Indiana's shift to Structured Family Caregiving, ensuring seamless support for caregivers and recipients.
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Understanding Burial Insurance

Explore burial insurance benefits to ease financial stress during grief and ensure peace of mind for family caregivers.
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How Long Does It Take to Change Your SSI Payee?

Learn how to change an SSI payee to ensure better financial management and safeguard the well-being of beneficiaries.
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