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How to choose a nursing home
From the questions you need to ask, to the things to look for on-site, here's how to find a nursing home to care for your loved ones.
Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 05:00 PM
The search for a quality nursing home
can be an overwhelming experience. Far too often, the news reports are filled with stories about once-reputable nursing homes that have fallen into disrepair or whose employees have been found neglecting or harming residents. And it can be difficult to find a facility
that fits the budget, lifestyle
, and care needs of your loved ones.
But the good news is that there are many wonderful nursing homes out there, staffed with employees with the education and skills to give your loved ones the care they need. You just need to know what to look for and which questions to ask to find a place that can care for your family member in the best way possible.
This infographic lays it out nicely - showing you whom to ask for recommendations, what questions you will need answered from the facility, and what you need to do to make sure that the nursing home is a good fit.
Grab a pencil and paper and start jotting down some notes:
Finding A Nursing Home That Cares [Infographic] by the team at walnerlaw
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