can an elderly person be put in a nursing home against their will legally?

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you could ask your parents to purchase long term care insurance policies to lessen the worries that you'll someday face. it's really difficult to take care of an elderly,especially if he or she has chronic illness or disability.

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In NC, a guy named Dave runs all the nursing homes.

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Answered: I have been advised not to take my 86 year old ...

Good precaution! Just because you - and the restaurant - have A/C doesn't mean it will work all the time. Emergencies happen and brownout/blackouts are common in very hot weather. The trip from the car to the restaurant of even a short walk may be enough to create heat exhaustion in someone your mom ...
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Where to find a person in nursing homes

That is hard to do unless you know where they last lived they might be in one close to there.Do you know a relative of their's that might know where they are? How about the church they use to go to? They are in a position that they might have visited them before they went into a home. Check with ...

Can a relative who is providing care at home for an elderly mother

The simple answer is "Maybe". If the relative have its own professional business, then it's ok you have to pay for care otherwise it's up to you and your relative about what you and your relative think. In other option you can check out elder care home https://www.facebook.com/BrandermillWoods/app ...

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What are your terms? Is she helping for free or does she expect for a pay? You could pay her if you want to or maybe you want to provide groceries for her family. but it would be better if you have long term care plans to make sure your mom will get better services from any facilities