Choosing Elder Care
Choosing elder care that's right for your loved one can be confusing, and can dredge up many emotions, including guilt over allowing someone else to provide care.. But there are many choices, including home care, long-term care, assisted living and disability services. Learn about making comparisons and reviewing costs, facilities and plans.
Articles About Choosing Elder Care
- Choosing a Transitional Rehab Facility for Elders
If your elderly parent has broken a hip, had a stroke, had surgery or other common elder conditions, chances are they will stay in a rehabilitation center for physical therapy. Here are some questions caregivers can ask.
- Choosing a Doctor You and Your Parents Are Comfortable With
Choosing the doctors who will care for your elderly parents is a critical decision for caregivers that determines the level and quality of care their elderly seniors will receive.