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If you’ve been attuned to the news of late, you may have seen headlines referring to a lawsuit about to be launched against some long-term care home chains alleging failures in resident care. While we wait for an outcome, the story serves as a reminder that we can all do more to help prevent abuse.
If you’re like most, moving to a retirement home probably isn’t on the top ten list of conversations you want to have. Whether it’s about your move or about a loved one’s move, it’s a tough conversation to have.
But once you realize the step may be necessary, it’s best to get it out in the open because it’s through conversation that you’ll find the best possible way forward.
The good news is, there are many fine retirement homes offering a variety of different lifestyle options.
The bad news?
About the author
Teresa Schnurr felt called to open Home Once Again while searching for long-term care for her mother, then for a retirement home for her mother-in-law. Teresa's background in long-term care research helped a great deal but she realized through these searches that most people faced with such tasks had little background knowledge to guide them through their many choices, rules and regulations.