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Caring for family members is a tough job. But placing someone in a nursing home can also give rise to many questions. Here you will find lots of useful information about caring for the elderly.
Moving out of your own home and into a retirement home is a big change and a major step in your life. It may also have implications for your health insurance.
The cost of caring for the elderly and infirm is constantly rising. Families should not be afraid to discuss the cost of care.
Older people want to stay in their own home for as long as possible. The rules of the game change when they need care.
When an elderly person's health prevents them from living independently in their own home, it is time to consider moving to a nursing home.
It is not always easy to adjust to the unfamiliar environment of a nursing home. It will take time and the right attitude.
As we become older, we are more likely to fall, which can have a devastating impact. Preventive measures can significantly reduce the risk.
Being diagnosed with a terminal illness is a watershed moment. Palliative care provides support during this difficult time.