Preparing for your Hospital Discharge

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Are you or a loved one being discharged from a hospital to home? It’s important to be prepared before the discharge. Advance preparation will make life easier for both patient and family, help ensure that the proper home care is received, and prevent readmission to the hospital. Research shows that about 34% of Medicare recipients […]

Something Beautiful…..

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By Josephine Reviello, Case Manager  I recently attended an all-day Alzheimer’s Association Spring Conference and Music Therapy was one of the topics. I was amazed at the video presentation of an elderly man stricken with Alzheimer’s disease, in the later stages, who came alive when he heard a familiar tune that he used to love […]

CARE Act: Some Help for Family Caregivers

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Our health and long term care support systems rely heavily on family caregivers who provide unpaid home care to their loved ones. According to a June 2015 report, 44 million adults in the US provide personal care assistance for family members. 34 million of them care for frail elders. Being a caregiver can be really […]