• Recent Posts
  • Archives
  • Categories
  • Dec
    21

    Health Literacy and Successful Aging: Becoming More Involved in the Decision-Making

    Having a good long term care plan entails making plenty of crucial decisions as it directly affects your future. Bear in mind that most of us receive the care decades after we have started planning it. While it is not entirely irreversible, undoing mistakes made in the planning stages can take a great deal of […]


    Dec
    07

    Overall Effects of Making Long Term Care Plans

      Aging is a natural part of life. Along with it, your health may deteriorate, and you may need care services you never fully thought of when you were younger. In fact, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of the people turning 65 will need long term care in the […]


    Dec
    01

    Finding Positivity in Long Term Care

    Needing long term care is not the best situation to be in. By definition, long term care involves a range of services designed to help individuals in accomplishing the Activities of Daily Living. This means that a person requires help in eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, continence, or transferring.   Learning that you need long term […]


    Pin It on Pinterest

    X