What To Look For In A Medicaid-Eligible Assisted Living Facility

9 March 2021
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When you want to get a loved one into an assisted living facility and they're on Medicaid, you want to make sure you choose a Medicaid-eligible facility. What this basically means is this: you're choosing an assisted living facility that will accept Medicaid to make expenses cheaper for the individual who is staying in assisted living and will also make things more affordable for those who are helping to pay for a loved one's care.
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Reasons To Transition Your Loved One To A Skilled Nursing Facility

4 November 2020
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When you are entrusted with the care of an aging loved one, you want to do what is best for him or her. This person may have healthcare needs that you cannot reasonably manage in your own home. You may also know that your relative cannot live safely on his or her own. Rather than give up your job or compromise your obligations to your own family, you can move your relative to someplace where he or she can be properly cared for each day.
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Personal Care Services: How They Can Help Your Loved One As They Age

14 September 2020
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If your loved one has an insurance provider that covers what is known as personal care services, you should consider having these benefits used as they age. What are personal care services? How can they benefit your loved one? Can your loved one receive this care in their home, or other assisted living facility? This guide will help you understand more about personal care services so you can decide if they are right for your loved one as they age.
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6 Questions To Ask When Considering Potential Assisted Living Facilities

15 July 2020
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If you have an elderly loved one who needs a bit more help with their daily needs, you may be feeling like it's time to explore care options. An assisted living facility can provide a safe and comfortable place for your loved one to live and they can get help with a variety of needs. But, it's important to tour several facilities to find the right one. Here are some questions to ask when considering potential assisted living facilities.
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Your Parents May Choose To Move To A Retirement Community

26 December 2019
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As your parents age and retire, they may decide that they want to move out of the house that they are currently living in. That can be because they are just ready to downsize because they don't need to have a house as big as they currently have. Or they may want to live around people their own age and people who may be interested in some of the same things that they are.
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After spending years working hard, I could tell that my grandparents were starting to wind down. They were really struggling with issues like mobility, and so I started thinking about different ways to keep them safe and sound. I realized that a nursing home or assisted living center would be the natural choice, since they needed to have almost constant care and supervision. After I was able to find a great nursing home, I took my grandparents on a tour of the space, and they were head over heels in love with it. This blog is all about encouraging your family members to live in an assisted living center.