Helping Your Loved One Get the Nursing Home Care
They Deserve While Legally Protecting Your Family’s Assets


Connecticut Nursing Home and Assisted Living Guide

Discover How to Find the Right Nursing Home...
How to Get Good Care There...
and How to Pay for it Without Going Broke

 

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The Nursing Home Guide takes you through the step-by-step process of selecting the right nursing facility, while keeping the needs and wants of your loved one in mind.

It includes an extensive Nursing Home Evaluation Form to help you with make the right choice. This 57-point rating system helps you accurately evaluate the building and surroundings… the staff, policies and practices… your loved one’s concerns… and family considerations.

With it, you’ll feel confident in the facility you choose. You’ll be at ease, knowing that your loved one is in a comfortable environment with people who care.
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The FREE Nursing Home Guide also covers other important topics, such as:

  • How to Get Good Care in a Nursing Home
  • Division of Assets and Medicaid Planning...
    How to Pay for the Nursing Home Without Going Broke
  • Exempt Assets and Countable Assets:
    What Can You Keep and What is at Risk?
  • Extensive list of over 100 Nursing Homes in Connecticut

The Guide also includes a number of real-life examples and case studies. They’ll help give you a true-to-life understanding of what you need to know to select the best nursing home for the one you love.

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