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Skilled Nursing Homes for Seniors – 3 Tips to Find the Best One Christina Morales

February 19th, 2015 | 0

Skilled Nursing Homes for SeniorsMost people don’t think about skilled nursing homes until they need one in the very near future. Either you are looking for yourself or a loved one and you have to find the best one within a limited time frame that meets a few necessary requirements. Here are three tips to help you on your journey to finding the best one:

1) Track Record – Skilled nursing care facilities are more commonly referred to as nursing homes and must be licensed, inspected, and regulated by a state’s Department of Health Services. Each state regulates and records violations and it is easy to find any nursing home in your area and their history by typing in your search engine “nursing home violations” plus the name of the state in which you live. Usually one of the first five websites listed will be a link to the state’s directory of nursing homes. Either call the phone number on the website or enter your city to pull up the names of nursing homes located there. Click on the name of the home you are interested in and their report will load onto your screen.

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Need to Hire an In Home Care Agency? 10 Questions You Should Ask Them Christina Morales

August 12th, 2014 | 0

In Home Care

Many seniors want to stay in their family home for as long as possible (and can you blame them?). Home is a symbol of independence, a treasure trove full of beautiful memories, and provides the comfort and privacy that you just can’t find in a nursing home.

However, just because your loved one wants to live at home doesn’t mean that they can do it on their own. Many times in home care is needed and that in itself can be a difficult journey.

Assuming you hire through a home care agency, here are 10 questions that you should ask before your hire a home caregiver:

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