As we age, it becomes more and more important to take care of our bodies and take precautions to protect ourselves, especially from the risk of falling. Age can turn falls into dangerous—and even deadly—mishaps, so it’s important to ensure that your loved ones are safe. Are you worried about the possibility of an older […]
Skilled nursing facilities provide a range of services to target different types of care and to satisfy various needs. If you’re in the process of considering different nursing facilities as options, it’s important to look into the different services they provide to ensure the one you choose will fulfill the needs that you may be […]
Moving your loved one into a nursing center can be a difficult but important decision to make. Seventy percent of people over age 65 will require some degree of sub-acute or long-term care services in their lifetime. Choosing the right nursing center requires a great deal of consideration, so it’s normal to have plenty of […]
Are you considering a skilled nursing facility for yourself or a loved one? Before you begin looking for a particular facility, it’s important to know what to expect. What are the benefits? What are some nursing home services provided by skilled nursing facilities? There are many different services provided to residents at these facilities. While […]
Finding the right facility depends on your unique needs. Which is right for you: skilled nursing home vs. assisted living? Learn more.
What happens when you experience a sudden change in your ability to care for yourself? What do you do when it’s time to leave the hospital, but you’re not back to your baseline? There are many different levels of care available for seniors—so what’s the next step? A stay at a sub-acute care facility might […]
What type of senior rehabilitation does your loved one need to aid their recovery? Learn about the difference between acute and sub-acute care.
A short-term stay at a nursing home may be an important step back to health for those whose ability to care for themselves is temporarily hindered. Services such as occupational therapy in nursing homes can help ensure temporary residents can return home safely and successfully.