It’s a common assumption about private duty home care. “Medicare will pay for whatever home care I need.”
Community wellness is on the mind of many within the healthcare industry, driving increases in holistic health outreach programs and initiatives for older adults who are more vulnerable to health problems.
Senior Living communities and their related programs have an important benefit that deserves more emphasis than it probably receives: companionship. For an older population heavy slanted toward those living alone, especially for its elderly women, this benefit is significant.
Independent living services can be one of those catch-all terms that doesn’t necessarily mean the same thing to every person, depending on the situation they might be in.
Can a life insurance policy be used to pay for long-term care, if someone finds themselves in assisted living, gets a medical diagnosis that makes it inevitable, or is simply planning ahead? It can…. With caveats.
Innovative CCaH programs pave the way for a proactive approach to long-term care and cost management As the size of our retired population increases and the costs of health care skyrockets, some very interesting things are happening within the senior living industry.
Continuing care, home health care… understanding these terms can ensure better care for those who prefer aging in their own home. Consider this situation…
Considering aging in place? You’re not alone. According to a survey by AARP, 87 percent of seniors hope to stay in their own homes as they age.
The concept of a Life Care community can be a bit confusing. Do you have more questions than answers? Sun Health’s Corporate Director of Sales Jackie Lusson explains what Life Care is and answers commonly asked questions in this new Sun Health Senior Living video.