Sunday, October 26, 2014

Transition to Assisted Living

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There may come a time when it would be more beneficial for your loved one to move to an assisted living home rather than live alone. These are decisions that you and your loved one will have to make, and it's important to get some help when looking at your options. One of the main factors is affordability vs. quality, and what your loved one needs to be healthy and happy.

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  When faced with the hard decision about placing a loved one who has Alzheimer’s into a residential facility, most people want to find one that feels like a loving community and provides individualized attention to its residents. We seek out places that offer a home-like feel, believing it is in the next best thing to actually having a…

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Carol Bradley Bursack, Health Guide, commented on PBS Frontline on Assisted Living… I'm always happy when bad situations such as the one Frontline uncovered at…

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Carol Bradley Bursack, Health Guide, commented on Deciding When Home Care is Necessary:… Thanks for the post, Christian, I've used in-home care for two of my…

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Carol Bradley Bursack, Health Guide, answered moving a 92 year old Alzheimers patient Since she is happy, I'd let her be. She's made friends and has a good life. If…

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