Skilled Nursing is a recovery solution for patients who are not doing well enough to go home after hospitalization. It is also a solution for families who have a loved one that needs more time to heal after surgery or hospitalization but no one to provide needed support in their home. The goal is to […]
What to Bring for Admission
You will typically need to find the following items from the list below to prove income, asset and resource qualifications: Medicare Card Medicaid Card Social Security Card Private and/or Long Term Care Insurance Cards Birth Certificate Photo ID, Drivers License or Passport Guardianship Documents Power of Attorney Advanced Directive 12 Months of Bank Statements â€“ […]
Short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for family members who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home.
Caring For Seniors
Wit and wisdom are some of our elders most valuable traits, but their health situations can become complex in spite of their knowledge on life. Having facility care means having several professionals to notice health changes and behaviors that can indicate needs or disease changes.
Choosing A Facility
Families will want to choose an environment where the patient will enjoy staff, activities and feel comfortable. Families often prefer a location close to home or work.
Long Term Care
When an loved one can no longer stay at home because he or she cannot recover or is declining from an illness, surgery, stroke or an accident.
When an elder has been dismissed from hospital care but needs therapy or nursing to get back to their independent life.