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... I'm looking for anyone who has gone through moving a loved one from one nursing home to another. Particularly from one state to another. ... (2 replies)
... Today I officially started looking for a nursing home for MIL. ... (10 replies)
... Bed status changes from day to day in a nursing home. So there is no way to know what tomorrow will bring. You get her in the best place for her in the moment and let tomorrow take care of itself. ... (11 replies)

Wanting to go home
Jun 12, 2012
... or demand it, or pack for it, or try to accomplish it, depending on the situation! ... (5 replies)
... You might need to get a cup of tea or coffee before you start reading this. I apologize ahead of time for the book I am about to write. ... (10 replies)
... I am too lazy and tired to scroll up to see what I last wrote so I apologize if I repeat. ... (65 replies)
Nursing Home
Jul 7, 2010
... Bear..I feel for you. I know how hard it is. My mom has gone from her apartment to the hospital with a broken hip to the rehab facility to get her back on her feet and then eventually back to her asst. living facility....all in a matter of weeks. What to tell her? ... (20 replies)
... First the exercise. It is very difficult for the limited staff to exercise each patient. Rekem is right... there are just not enough hands to cover all that truly should be done. It is not one on one care and there are times they can't be everywhere at once. ... (12 replies)
... the morning of the move you put him in the car and say "we're going to X and Y's house for a while" No further explanation. He will repeatedly ask when he is going home. ... (4 replies)
... I think that moving to another facility, or to the new one is always a big and challenging process for everybody. ... (9 replies)
... Oh oh! This is bad news. I think it is already time for your Dad to be in a safe place. Safe for himself and for the people around him. ... (7 replies)
... She has a walker, but the whole thing happened so fast. She only hurt her tailbone and it's finally starting to feel better. I might add that the facility is concrete beneath the carpet, so how she didn't break her hip or anything else is amazing. ... (11 replies)
... vent. I have been working really hard and trying to juggle my mom and sister's care. ... (15 replies)
... If the grandaughter stole from her own father then why would all the children agree to let her be his guardian? ... (16 replies)
So many losses...
Apr 24, 2012
... First of all, moving to another state may not be a bad thing. The residency thing must be about Medicaid. ... (20 replies)
The latest from TC
Jul 24, 2010
... I know I haven't been on here much these past few months, so thought it was time to write and update all that's been happening. ... (49 replies)
I feel bad
Dec 15, 2008
... Deb, poor you..after I read yours things aren't that bad on my end. At first this is exactly what we did, we travelled to mom's and stayed with her for awhile but because we had families and commitments we had to return to our own homes. We did this for quite a while. ... (72 replies)
... How often did you or do you all visit your loved one in their ALF or Nursing Home? ... (30 replies)
A Newbie!
Sep 30, 2008
... whatever you want to "throw" my way! ... (12 replies)
... monitored skilled licensed nursing care? ... (7 replies)

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