What to Look for in a Long-Term Care Facility

As an adult caregiver, you have been attending to a loved one’s needs for many years. After a period of part or full-time duties, you’ve come to realize more comprehensive, advanced care may be needed. In professional settings, long-term care encompasses medical and non-medical services, including assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing and cooking….

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When Does a Patient Need Long-Term Care?

After an injury, short-term physical rehab helps you regain most – if not all – your pre-injury abilities. However, some patients reach a plateau or experience a decline. At this stage, long-term care may be recommended. For individuals living with a chronic illness, cognitive deterioration due to a form of dementia or physical disability, long-term…

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