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Move to a Nursing Home?
What is your criteria for when a person should consider a move to the nursing home?
Shiela in Michigan, 49
The criteria to move to a nursing home are as diverse as the individuals who have to make that decision. A nursing facility needs to be considered when an elder loved one is unable to take care of themselves in their activities of daily living (ADLs). A nursing home can also be a practical option when other attempts to safely maintain your elder loved one at home have been exhausted. I’m talking about part-time or full-time help and/or the assistance of family and friends to coordinate essential services. For some elderly, there comes a time when close medical monitoring which cannot be provided in the home is required. Nursing homes are designed to have the full range of services needed for very frail elderly.
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