More news about risks of HAIs, Healthcare-Associated Infections, in long-term care facilities; read the article: Sapovirus Is a Growing Concern in Long-Term Care Facilities. Originally posted 2012-04-12 16:30:22.
How Seniors Can Maintain an Active Social Life Senior citizens can benefit from social interaction as much or more than any other age group. Not only does it help improve the quality of life by helping seniors avoid loneliness, creating excitement by looking forward to upcoming social events, and building a sense of community among […]
Senior Care in San Marcos Comes Home Again It’s easy to forget that the nursing home is a relatively new concept. Rather than sending the elderly to live under the constant care of nurses and staff, families throughout history have cared for them at home. Of course, part of the reason for the rise of […]
Caregivers in Encinitas Warn About Estate Sale Dangers If you have recently had an elderly loved one move into your own family’s home, or are considering an assisted living facility, you could soon find yourself faced with a common problem: Your loved one’s new home doesn’t have room for all of their possessions, and you […]
Geriatric Care Managers in San Diego Are Trustworthy Consultants Do you feel completely qualified to choose a nursing home with a responsible, trustworthy staff, good dietary practices, and skilled financial management? The answer to that question for most people is “not at all!”. Even if you did have the background to quickly evaluate the employees […]
Introduction In Parts One, Two and Three, the previous articles in this series, we described how to start the filing of the Long Term Care Insurance (“LTCI”) claim and how LTCI companies sometimes delay, and sometimes even avoid, paying LTCI claims, and how important it is to have a copy of the LTCI policy. In […]