Our goal with this blog is simple: to educate and empower our clients and their loved ones by providing them with the tools and resources to make care easier. We do this by offering posts by experts on home care, transition care, dementia, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and elderly care.
Transitioning to home care for your loved one can be a difficult task and is an adjustment for everyone involved. However, having an open conversation among your family can help ease the pain.
Making the ultimate decision for full-time health care for your loved one is something that should be made with meticulous attention to detail. With that in mind, there are two options to consider. Home health care and in-home care both carry their advantages and disadvantages. To properly analyze what choice you should go with, it’s best to assess all of your options.
The first thing that I noticed was an ornate clock hanging on the wall. There was pleasant music playing in the background when one of the aides introduced herself and escorted me to Rose's room. This rehabilitation facility was clearly a notch above most of the others that I've visited and the staff seemed attentive and friendly.
Rehospitalization has become one of the hottest topics in professional healthcare since new Medicare rules went into effect. Hospitals and rehabilitation facilities serving Medicare patients are being denied millions of dollars in reimbursement when patients are rehospitalized within 30 days. Some surveys report that as many as 1 in 5 seniors will be rehospitalized, yet many medical providers continue to follow the same failed strategies to combat rehospitalization.