How Do Senior In-Home Care Services Work?

17 February 2022
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As you get older, it can become increasingly difficult to perform everyday tasks. This can make it hard for a senior to take proper care of themselves and make sure their homes are safe living environments. Luckily, senior in-home care is a great option to allow seniors to safely continue living in their homes.  What Is Senior In-Home Care? Senior in-home care is an option for seniors to have nurses or caregivers come into their homes and provide the care and services the seniors need.
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4 Signs It Is Time To Consider Assisted Living For Your Aging Parents

25 October 2021
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Although you would love to take care of your parent or grandparent in their golden years, other life responsibilities such as work can bar you. Hiring an in-house sitter or qualified nurse is often out of the question, mostly due to the high costs of employing them. Have you thought about moving your loved one to an assisted living facility? Maybe it's time you considered the option. If you are worried it's too soon, these signs can help you make the right decision.
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Senior Housing Fundamentals: What To Consider

23 June 2021
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Senior housing options are as varied as the individuals that live in them. With so many different options and approaches to senior housing, it can be a challenge to find the right property for your loved one. If you've been preparing a senior loved one for the transition to a senior housing facility, you may be wondering how you go about finding the one that's right for them. Here are a few of the things that you need to think about as you evaluate the housing options.
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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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Keeping My Family Members Safe

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.