Long Term Care


Long-Term Care: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, and Home Health Services on the Web

As one grows older, the prospect of needing nursing home care or another form of living assistance becomes increasingly real. The National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information estimates that more than 60 percent of people over the age of 65 will require long-term care services at some point in their lives. For those who are sick or have disabilities, more specialized living arrangements may be necessary. The Web has many resources for exploring long-term care options.

Long-Term Care Options

Care options for the sick or the elderly vary greatly and are largely need-based. For example, ... read more »

Finding and Choosing Long-Term Care

The first step in choosing a long-term care provider is to know what type of care someone requires ... read more »

Paying for Long-Term Care

Costs are a major factor in determining the type of care you obtain for yourself and a loved one. ... read more »

Adjusting to Long-Term Care

Moving into a long-term care facility can be hard on the person leaving his home and the family ... read more »

Home Care

If, after all your research, you've decided that moving yourself or a relative to a long-term care ... read more »

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