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The New York Times: Nursing Home Unthinkable? Be Prepared in Case It’s Inevitable

Jane E. Brody, a Journalist on health and aging for The New York Times, recently published a post on what you should do when placing a loved one in a nursing home.

Here is a general checklist of things to research when looking for a nursing home:

  • Start with the cost
  • Is the home in a convenient location?
  • Check out the government’s report card for chosen homes
  • Research what specialized services the patient might need
  • What languages are spoken?
  • Take a tour; don’t rely on brochures
  • Observe how patients are treated by staff members

To get the detailed list and read the full New York Times blog post, follow this link: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/07/28/nursing-home-unthinkable-be-prepared-in-case-its-inevitable

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