Medicaid is a complex program, and when it comes to senior care, there are a few terms that people commonly mix up. In this blog post, we attempt to clarify any confusion between Medicaid, Medicaid Long-Term Care, and the Medicaid Waiver Program.
Adjusting to life in a retirement home can be tough – it involves big changes, like leaving behind a home and all the memories it contains, as well as the feeling of losing a measure of freedom. Psychologists say that even positive changes can be as hard to adapt to as negative ones are, but you can help your loved one make a smooth transition.
Two weeks ago we gave our opinion on how to clear the contents of a house quickly. This week we want to give you our opinion on how to clear the contents of a house so that you maximize the value that you get from its contents.
Clearing a house full of stuff is a daunting task. Here’s a guide to help you sell and remove the items of an estate.
Abraham Maslow created a pyramid that generalizes human needs. His idea was that a person must satisfy the aspects defined in the lower tiers of the pyramid before he or she can focus on the ones above. If you’re confused about why your loved one is unhappy, you may find it helpful to review Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in my post below:
D.C.’s Board of Nursing’s mission statement reads: