Best Review - Top 4 Tips about Nursing Homes, Medicaid, and Elder Abuse

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ere are some articles dealing with nursing homes, Medicaid, Elder Abuse Laws, and the importance of writing a will.

The articles are called (1) Abby Looks for the Blessings in Being a Full-Time Resident of a Nursing Home, (2) A Cautionary Tale About Medicaid and Writing a Will, (3) Information on Nursing Homes for the Elderly, and (4) Elder Abuse Laws.

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Abby Looks for the Blessings in Being a Full-Time Resident of a Nursing Home


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Abby was forced to give up her independence to become a full-time nursing home resident. What are the blessings in that kind of life?

Abby is 80 years old. It goes without saying that she is not as young and spry as she once was. Just last year, she had to leave her home and life of independence as she could no longer do the simple tasks that she used to be able to do so easily such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping, driving, feeding herself, wiping herself, showering, and walking.

Now, she lives in a nursing home. Most everything has to be done for her.


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A Cautionary Tale About Medicaid and Writing a Will


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This is a cautionary tale about one senior citizen who is a permanent resident in a nursing home paid for by Medicaid. Since her husband did not leave a will, Medicaid potentially owns 100% of her house. They also take most of her money.


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Information on Nursing Homes for the Elderly

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Choosing to reside in a nursing home is a big decision. Armed with the information gleaned from this article, hopefully you can make the best decision possible.


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Elder Abuse Laws


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Elder abuse laws have been enacted out of necessity. Millions of our country's senior citizens are being abused in their own home, in the home of a family member or friend, or in a residence such as a nursing home. Many of them have been subjected to one of the five forms of elder abuse.

The Facts
A law firm specializing in nursing home abuse, Brayton Purcell LLP, states that senior citizens are subject to five main forms of elder abuse. These elders have either been physically abused, sexually abused, emotionally abused, taken advantage of financially or experienced neglect.

HelpGuide.org, a group founded by Robert and Jeanne Segal to help people deal with abuse, among other things, guides us in understanding more about this abuse. This group, also made up of health experts, writers and web professionals, has discovered that "more than half a million reports of abuse against elderly Americans reach authorities every year, and millions more cases go unreported."

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