Skilled Nursing

Tips for Choosing the Right Skilled Nursing or Long-Term Care Provider

Your Guide to Choosing the Right Skilled Nursing or Long-Term Care Community

“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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Is It Time for Long-Term Care? Expert Tips to Help You Decide

Deciding When It's Time for Long-Term Care

None of us are immune to getting older. Like it or not, it is part of life.

If our parents or other loved ones are fortunate enough to live long lives, there may come a time when they require increasing help with the basic activities of everyday living. While no one likes to give up their independence, issues such as declining health, failing memory and increasing safety risks sometimes necessitate considering new ways to assure their safety, health and overall well-being.

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