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Article - Common problems that may arise when an aging relative moves to nursing home, and tips for helping to address them. - ...king it impossible for your friend or relative to get the rest she needs? If you listen closely, a simple solution may present itself. Many nursing homes will give residents remote headsets for the TV, for example, but you may need to help her ask for a set -- and then help further by asking t...
The Patient Claimed He Was Getting Worse In Rehab. Could He Be Right?
BlogPost - ...ist, others end up feeling like a clichéd "terrible nursing home experience." This isn't surp rising, given that rehab often takes place in nursing homes, where quality can range from excellent to spotty. Mr. Z. didn’t know what to do. It didn’t help that like many older people, he had no f...
Who is responsible for my brother, who has severe dementia, if the nursing home asks him to leave?
Question - A court-appointed guardian or conservator may be the best option when there is no one else willing and able to take on caretaking duties. - There is no law that specifies that a particular person must be responsible for taking care of another -- and it sounds like a fairly onerous task in the case of your brother. So while you surely did much soul-searching to reach the decision you did, you are wise to recognize and admit when you are no longer the best fit for the job...