As a Strategic Account Manager for Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region I like to start many of my educational in-services and community events with a question: “What do you think of when you hear the word ‘hospice’?” As you can imagine, depending on the crowd I receive a multitude of answers to that question. Based on these answers I wanted to share some of the most common hospice myths and misconceptions that our staff must overcome when educating the Charlotte community about end of life care.
Category: Assisted Living Articles
Money Follows the Person (MFP) is a state project that helps Medicaid-eligible North Carolinians who live in inpatient facilities (e.g., nursing homes, intermediate care facilities) move into their own homes and communities with supports.
The Emerging Practice of Integrated Care in Senior Communities by Alan Kronhaus, MD Introduction Addressing the medical needs of residents… Read more »
Definition: Assisted Living Residence means “Any group housing and services program for two or more unrelated adults, by whatever name… Read more »
When considering a care community, older and disabled adults are the primary consumers of both assisted living and nursing facility… Read more »
Did you know that there are Realtors who hold a SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist) designation, and are trained specifically… Read more »
by Kelli Y. Allen, Elder Law Attorney Medicaid is a combination federal/state program that provides financial assistance for long-term skilled… Read more »
The following steps may help you find a suitable home. If you are assisting a loved one in looking for… Read more »
by Elizabeth Beutel, MBA, RD, CRCFA; Director of Sales and Marketing, Presbyterian Communities of SC We all think “it’s not… Read more »
The latest trend is moving away from the old model of “buying-in” to a senior living community. Retirement living isn’t… Read more »