10 Top Senior-Care Posts of 2010
Happy New Year’s Eve! We hope you’ve had a fulfilling year.
As a fond farewell to 2010, here are 10 of the most popular posts on OurParents this year. The topics are wide-ranging. Interestingly, however, three of the posts have to do with assisted living.
- “Options for Long-Term Care Are Complex, Lack Accessibility”
- “Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visits: The Changes Explained”
- “Mayo Clinic No Longer Accepting Out of State Medicare & Medicaid Patients!”
- “When Your Aging Parent Rebels—and Good Things Happen”
- “10 Tips for Spotting a Bad Nursing Home”
- “Assisted Living Criteria: Is It Time to Move?”
- “Elderly Parents: 5 Warning Signs They May Need Help”
- “DSS Statewide Respite Program Affected by Connecticut Budget Deficit”
- “What Is Assisted Living? Who It’s Right—and Wrong—For”
- “The Difference Between Nursing-Home Care and Assisted Living”
Looking into 2011, we’d love to hear what topics you’d like to read more about. We focus on finding senior care and paying for it. Within that scope, would you like to learn more about senior-care options? Ways to finance senior care? End-of-life care? Medicare? Something else? Please post your thoughts in the comments section below. We look forward to connecting with you more in the new year.
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