Long-Term Care

9 Helpful Tips to Find Compassionate Long-Term Care for Seniors

Senior and Adult Child

If you are a family with a senior loved one who could benefit from the 24/7 professional services of long-term care, you are not alone. With the large and ever-growing numbers of older adults in our population today, many families are evaluating long-term care options for senior loved ones.

While there are many factors to consider when searching for the best long-term care for seniors, one of the most important is a reputation for compassionate, attentive care.

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With the rapid growth of our older population, an increasing number of Americans are considering the need for future care for themselves or a family member. Today, they have plenty of excellent long-term care choices to select from, including personal care, traditional nursing care and memory care.

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“Today, the combination of Americans living longer and the rapid growth in the size of our older population has resulted in an increasing number of families seeking long-term care for aging loved ones who require around-the-clock care for their safety and well-being,” says Collin Tierney, Executive Director and Administrator of Bryn Mawr Terrace in Bryn Mawr, PA. 

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“There are times when the challenges associated with advanced age, a prolonged illness or a chronic condition make a move from home care to the 24-hour support of long-term care a necessity,” says Collin Tierney, Executive Director and Administrator of Bryn Mawr Terrace in Bryn Mawr, PA 

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“As many family caregivers have realized, the challenges of aging, injury or a chronic illness can sometimes require skilled nursing care or long-term care for a loved one,” says Mary Kate Wacker, Director of Admissions at Bryn Mawr Terrace in Bryn Mawr, PA.“Because the needs of our growing senior population can vary widely, at Bryn Mawr Terrace, our list of services include both skilled nursing care and rehabilitation for those requiring specific short-term health services, as well as long-term care for those who need help with daily living.

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