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Finding Low Income Senior Housing Isn’t Always Easy – Here’s Some Tips Christina Morales

September 16th, 2014 | 0

low income senior housingIf you have spent any length of time researching senior communities or senior housing, then you know how costly it can be. Between buy in rates and monthly fees, the costs can quickly become overwhelming. What are your options if you are on a limited income?

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Need a Senior Living Home? 5 Tips to Find the Best One Christina Morales

September 9th, 2014 | 0

Need a Senior Living Home

If you need a senior living home, shopping around for one is a lot like searching for a single family home: you need to determine your budget, location, and create a wish list of things you’d like to have in your new residence.

However, it is also a lot more complicated than a regular move. You need to consider the level of medical care provided, social activities that are readily available, and the other residents that will be sharing the facilities with you.

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Senior Care Trends We’re Seeing in Southern California That You Should Know About Christy Rakoczy

January 15th, 2013 | 2

WhatToKnowAnti-psychotic medications are being abused in record numbers in nursing home settings as care providers dose patients to make them more docile and to make their behavior easier to control. This is an egregious form of senior abuse and a serious public health problem. In February 2012, the American Health Care Association announced a three-year plan for nursing homes and assisted living communities to improve their care, including reducing the use of off-label uses of antipsychotic medications.  Anyone interacting with senior patients, from hospital discharge planners to nursing home administrators, needs to be aware of the measures being taken. 

Progress on this issue is just one important trend in senior care. Consider both the anti-psychotic drugs issue as well as some other key trends that are important to senior care providers. 

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