How to Choose a Nursing Home

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How to Choose a Nursing Home $17.00How to Choose a Nursing Home

Volume 4 in the series helps anyone who is struggling with the decision to place an elder in a nursing home. Besides giving consumer guidance on how to find out the strengths and weaknesses of a nursing home, it provides tips on keeping your elder safe.

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  1. […] There are numerous other sites to visit on long term care, and several others will be addressed in the next article on this subject. Once you have conducted the research, and narrowed the field down to one or more you think would work for your aging parent or loved one, you will need to do your field research: visiting in person. If you are not able to do so because you live a distance away, you can get a professional care manager to help you. You are not alone. Many qualified care managers, who are mostly licensed nurses and social workers, are skilled in helping families find the right place for an aging parent. We have put together a quick and easy to read mini book entitled, “How To Choose A Nuring Home, ” click here to find out more. […]

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