freebleploof3 karma2018-11-28 17:41:57 UTC
The article appears to be exclusively about the Golden Living chain of nursing homes. Where can I find a list of the one third of nursing homes that were dangerously understaffed in 2015?
My dad lives in Pennsylvania, has stage 4 Parkinson's disease, and requires round the clock skilled care. He is still living in his home and my sister is very close by and keeps up with quality of care. We also have a very good Elder Care Manager. My dad does not want to leave his home. His savings will probably allow this for another year or so. So we are looking for options in the southeastern Pennsylvania region. Do you have any recommendations for nursing homes that will allow him to transition to Medicaid? Also, do you have any tips on how we may be able to maintain ownership of his home after he moves to a nursing home, if this becomes necessary?
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