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Two Aging in Place Careers for the 21st Century

  As the elderly population numbers rise so has the desire to age in place.  For practical reasons of finances, and personal comfort and freedom, the trend for end of life residence has been to remain at home.  Nursing home … Continue reading

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Growing Need for Senior Care Auditing Providers

Many Americans find themselves providing care for elderly loved ones. It seems never anticipated problems endlessly arise, such as maintaining quality of care and juggling long distance caregiving. On top of that, most people do not know how to thoroughly evaluate or efficiently … Continue reading

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40 Fresh FAQs about the Senior Care Auditing Career

1) WHAT IS A SENIOR CARE AUDITOR? A Senior Care Auditor is a person who provides senior care audits. This person has learned how to evaluate a seniors environment for safety issues, elder abuse and neglect fact finding, and many … Continue reading

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Preventing Hospital Admissions… and Readmissions

Hospital admission prevention is worth a pound of medical bills. Hospital readmission is a serious issue.  Unnecessary hospitalization of seniors can put them at risk for hospital-acquired infections, like pnuemonia, a leading cause of death in the aged. Professionals who … Continue reading

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$51 Million in extra Crime Victim Service Funding

Attorney General announces $51 million in extra crime victim service funding Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 was a record breaking year for deposits, with $2.795 billion going into the Fund (figure 1). In keeping with VOCA’s mandated allocation process, $359 million … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk about Guardianship for Elders

Why do I have to seek guardianship? If I become someone’s guardian, will I be responsible for all of that person’s bills? When does someone need a guardian?  Does a person who is having a guardianship established have to go … Continue reading

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NEWS: Update on Senior Care Auditing Certification

CertifiedCare has dropped their price for Senior Care Auditing certification.  The program, first introduced on the west coast in southern California earlier this year, has been such a success that demand for their program allowed for the price reduction, explains … Continue reading

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