By Jeff Hartman Often times after surgery or an extended stay in the Hospital, your Doctor or Discharge Planner may advise a short stay at a Skilled Nursing facility to help you or a loved one quickly get back on your feet. Skilled Nursing Care is just what is suggests – skilled.  A full staff…

Choosing a Continuing Care Retirement Community Think of a Continuing Care Retirement Community as a friendly village….or like a college campus for retirement living. Continuing Care Retirement Communities, also referred to as “CCRCs”, are a progressive way to age without having to move too far away from home. Most continuing care communities cover the entire…

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Nobody likes moving. Even if it’s to a better living space or an exciting new city, the packing, transporting, unpacking, arranging, and acclimating can be just unbearable. So, do you really think seniors are any different? Luckily, there’s an option that can keep the hassle of moving to a minimum: Continuing Care Retirement Communities. These…

Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert: Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing Rhonda Johnson, Director of Admissions, Indiana Masonic Home in Indianapolis, IN     After a hospital stay or post-surgery, or if a work-or-medical-related condition needs attention, you have one goal: To get back to living. To return to good health and the life you love with comfort and confidence,…

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When you’re in the hospital, all you can think about is getting back home. So when the discharge planner suggests a short-term stay at a Skilled Nursing Facility, it probably feels like a detour to you. But the truth of the matter is that this pit stop can often be the most direct route to…