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What to Avoid When Looking for an Assisted Living Facility

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It requires a lot of time and research to find an assisted living facility that will meet the needs of your loved one in the best way. You need to consider many things when making a choice, which means that there are chances of making a few mistakes as well. So to help you out, below are some of the common pitfalls that you should avoid when looking for an assisted living community. Not Involving your Senior in the Search It is very important to include your elderly parent or grandparent in the search when you are looking for senior care options. He/she is the one who will be spending the rest of his/her days there. So you should make sure that your senior is comfortable with the community. Besides, it will also help you to understand which services and amenities your loved one prefers to have. This will work to ease the move to the assisted living facility as well. Not Navigating the Financing Options Assisted living costs can range anywhere from $2,000 to $7,000 per month or even above that. This depends upon many factors, such as the amenities and services included in the senior care plan, the type of room, the location of the assisted living community, and more. Generally, Medicaid does not offer support for managing the costs of assisted living. However, there are many other options, which could be beneficial here, such as long-term care insurance, life settlement funds, VA benefits, etc. Not Being Aware […]

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Everything you Need to Know about Veteran Benefits for Assisted Living

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The Department of Veterans Affairs offers many types of funding programs to help former members of the US armed services live a contented retired life. These benefits can be very helpful to meet the various needs of senior care as well. Most of the assisted living communities will work with veterans to help them understand how they can claim the benefits that they are entitled to and pay for the costs of senior care. This can help them to choose the services and amenities at the assisted living wisely and ensure that everything is covered by the veteran benefits. This can come as a great relief for the family members, as long-term senior care at an assisted living community can get very expensive. By opting to pay for the expenses through VA benefits, you can rest assured that no financial burden will fall upon you later. However, it is important to note that a veteran’s rent in the assisted living facility is usually not covered by VA benefits. Still, it can be used to pay for many types of services that you may need, such as help with managing day-to-day chores, daily hygiene, meals, nursing assistance, etc. It is important to note that Medicare does not cover the entire expenses of assisted living either, but can be used to pay for some of the qualified medical expenses that you incur when in an assisted living community. VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound Benefits Even though there are many types of […]

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How to Decorate your Senior’s Room in an Assisted Living Facility

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Decorating the room for your elderly parent or grandparent in the assisted living facility can work wonders to make them feel at home. This is an important part of the transition, which is why most assisted living communities allow residents and their families to decorate their rooms to their liking. The caregivers at the assisted living facility can help to understand what not to do in order to avoid any unnecessary hazards and risks. In fact, you can decorate the room in an assisted living community in such a way that it works to enhance the physical safety of your senior. Below are some tips to help you decorate your senior’s room in an assisted living facility so that it boosts their emotional outlook. Remove Potential Fall Hazards Be aware of elements in the room that can increase the risk of slip, trip, or fall for your loved one. For instance, removing rugs and mats from the floors can help to avoid such issues. At the same time, color coding the floors and corners of the room with brightly colored tape will help your senior to find the way to the bathroom or main door easily. Create a Home-like Environment Light fixtures can greatly affect the ambiance of any room. So if your loved one is used to having a specific kind of lighting at home, installing that in the assisted living facility will help to make them feel at home. You can go for pretty table lamps, overhead lighting, […]

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