If you care for an aging or sick parent, do not leave home without these 5 items. You never know when a medical emergency might arise and you want to be prepared to make smart, timely decisions. These 5 items will ensure your family member receives the best care possible based on any existing medical […]
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Smart caregivers know that the time to develop a hospital the discharge plan is the minute your parent is admitted. Otherwise you can find yourself scrambling to make post-hospital arrangements. Here’s our guide of what to do when your elderly parent is discharged from the hospital.
Moving your parent to a nursing home can be an emotional decision, but sometimes it’s the most compassionate decision you can make. Doesn’t your family member deserves to be well cared for and safe? Choosing the right facility takes thought and planning. Quality of care is a major factor, but so too is availability, and, […]
My father was in the hospital; he was getting out but he was never going home. I had just been told in a meeting with his doctors that I needed to find a memory care facility for him and I had five days to do it. After that meeting I drove across town to a […]