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Are Group Homes With Four or Five People Appropriate for Alzheimer’s Patients?

First of all, it’s important to define exactly what we mean by “group homes.” Some states call them “boarding care homes,” instead. Some states require licenses. So, to start your search, call your state’s licensing department and ask if licensure

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Can A Nursing Home Kick My Mother Out When She Runs Out Of Money?

What son or daughter hasn’t worried about their loved one running out of money while in a nursing home…particularly if their loved one has Alzheimer’s? If you have a senior parent with mental health issues who’s in a nursing home,

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How Do I Choose The Right Assisted Living Facility Or Nursing Home For My Loved One?

If your loved one needs more care than you can give, this is a difficult time – especially if Alzheimer’s or dementia is involved. It may be time to find a good assisted living or nursing facility. The places to

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How Do I Choose The Right Adult Day Care Center For My Loved One?

It’s a difficult decision. But there are steps you can take to make sure that you – and your loved one – will feel comfortable. Your local Area Agency on Aging has a listing of the day care centers in

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Need Your help Placing Alzheimer’s Patients

My office has two male clients in their fifties with mid-late stage Alzheimer’s.  We’re trying to place them in a SNF, preferably  in Broward County.  Both will qualify for Medicaid.  We have not been able to find a facility willing

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