Medicaid Assistance For Nursing Home Care

Sometimes, a person needs to be admitted to a nursing facility because they can no longer live at home safely. Seniors who have been diagnosed with debilitating conditions, such as Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer's, may fare better with professional supervision around the clock. Still, nursing care is sometimes too expensive for many seniors to afford on their own. Seniors who cannot afford to live in a nursing facility but would still benefit from the care may seek the assistance of Medicaid to help pay for their care. [Read More]

3 Rules For Managing A Loved One's Nursing Home Care

When your parent or other loved one moves into a nursing home, it can help them to have family members or other trusted loved ones who can advocate for them and help manage their in home nursing care. Nursing home staff members are usually happy to work with family members to make sure that their patients get the best possible care. Take a look at some simple rules that will help you more effectively manage your loved one's nursing home care. [Read More]

3 Insights to Help Your Elderly Loved One Continue Living in Their Home

When your elderly loved one gets older and can't do all the things for themselves they used to be able to do, it can be tempting to find an assisted living facility for them to move into. However, many elderly people do not want to move out of their home they know and love, so it is important for you to make some changes they need to help them live in their own home. [Read More]

3 Tips For Helping A Loved One Decorate An Assisted Living Space

Moving into an assisted living facility is a good choice for many seniors, but it can also be sad for them to leave their home. Decorating their new space in an assisted living facility with their favorite things can be a good way to ease the transition for your loved one. Take a look at some assisted living decorating tips that can help make your loved one's new home feel more like home. [Read More]