is what are some steps to take to get ready for a nursing home???
My elderly grandma wants to live at home, obviously, and we have the potential to hire a live-in caregiver. She's willing to have taxes paid out, etc, but I'm concerned about the legality of the rate of pay. We'd offset part of her salary for room/board... more
it is becoming evident that my dad will need 24 hour care - a nursing home isn't an option right now. what do i need to know about hiring a live in caretaker? any tips on having a person in the home? tip on payments or what... more
Your mother resists in-home helpers, insisting you can wait on her. Your frail father won't stop driving. Your aunt denies the need for a personal care aide, in spite of her unwashed hair and soiled clothes. Your grandmother refuses to move to an assisted living facility "because it's... more
The pay rate for home care aides differs based on geological location, job requirements and more. Once you have clarified your in-home care needs, you'll then be able to identify providers and learn what the costs would be for each provider. Of course, having family, friends or volunteers provide... more
You are doing everything you can for your aging parents, but sometimes it comes to the point where that is not enough. After a hospitalization, or to simply maintain or slow the decline of their health, Mom or Dad may need skilled therapists and nurses. This new twist in caring... more
DO YOU FEEL THAT ONE SHOULD PAY YOU MORE FOR DOING EXTRA WORK/HOURS IN THEIR HOME EVERY TIME OR PERIODICALLY. ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU CAN SEE THAT ITS NEEDS TO DONE
Review the estimated costs of different types of elder care as well as what might be covered by Medicaid and Medicare. You've done the research, and talked to friends, family and trusted doctors. You and your elderly parent have decided which type of care is best. But, there's so much... more