Plymouth Terrace Discusses the Importance of Power of Attorney

Plymouth Terrace Senior Living can help you when it comes to making difficult decisions about moving your loved one into assisted living.

PLYMOUTH, Mich. - Michimich -- Plymouth Terrace recommends residents arrange to have a power of attorney, granting responsible relatives or guardians the right to make key decisions on their behalf.

Most seniors will need multiple varieties of Power of Attorney. Elder law attorneys can help your aging relative determine the right combinations for their needs.

1.     General Power of Attorney

2.     Medical Power of Attorney

3.     Durable Power of Attorney

4.     Limited Power of Attorney

5.     Springing Power of Attorney

Learn more about power of attorney here (!

When it comes to choosing an attractive, affordable senior living option for yourself or someone you care about, you want something special: outstanding, quality services, a vibrant, friendly atmosphere and attentive, courteous staff. Plymouth Terrace is all this and more!

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About Plymouth Terrace: Located in Plymouth, Michigan, Plymouth Terrace is a family owned senior living community that focuses on life enrichment in a nurturing and independent setting that stimulates the mind, body, and spirit. They understand the difficulty residents can have when searching for the right facility and been in business long enough to understand both the big picture and the critical details. Plymouth Terrace offers affordable Senior Housing for Independent and Assisted Living ( with two specialized Neighborhoods on one campus. Schedule a tour of Plymouth Terrace today –  to learn more, or call (734) 451-0700 to schedule a visit (!

Trey Litz

Source: Plymouth Terrace Senior Living
Filed Under: Health

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