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2023 | Generations Home Care
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    By providing activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (ITALS) support within the patient's home, in-home care can help patients avoid unnecessary hospital readmissions.
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    By providing activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (ITALS) support within the patient's home, in-home care can help patients avoid unnecessary hospital readmissions.
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    In-home caregivers can help patients maintain their quality of life while home health nurses ensure they stay in the best health.
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    The Department of Defense (DOD) manages a helpful program called Skilbridge that enables military members to transition their skills into civilian roles. 
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    Medicare Options
    Ensuring your insurance covers your necessary medical treatment can be complicated - especially for people on Medicare.
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    How In-Home Care Supports Post Acute Rehab Services
    For many people, post-acute rehab services are essential in regaining independence and quality of life post surgery.
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    Overnight Home Care
    Day and night, we always want to ensure our loved one receives the care they need to remain safe, healthy, and comfortable. But, for family caregivers, providing both daytime and overnight care is not feasible.
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    The time after receiving a serious or life-limiting medical diagnosis can be difficult for patients and families. But palliative care services can help make these moments more comfortable and less frightening by filling in the gaps general medical care doesn’t always cover. 
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    Surgery, illnesses, falls, no matter why you end up in the hospital, there’s always a chance that the road to recovery will be much longer than anticipated. In many cases, patients may need weeks of hospital rehab to live independently again.  
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    There comes a point in most people’s lives when they can no longer live independently without help. When that time comes, you and your older loved one must decide how to continue their care. Depending on their needs and preferences, either a live-in caregiver or assisted living facility will likely be the best option. But […]
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