Thank you to AARP for putting together this list of questions to ask if your loved one is in a nursing home.
It was 30+ years ago when I decided to open a service designed for those who wanted to remain at home rather than spend the last part of their lives living with others facing a similar fate.
It was to this end that Christel’s Home Care Agency began helping seniors and their families in the mid 1980’s. Our mission was, and still is, to provide an alternative to institutional settings.
We remain open and ready to help during this pandemic. Give us a call. Caregivers are waiting and looking forward to helping provide a safe home environment conducive to maintaining as much independence and quality of life possible.
Chris Christel, Owner
1. Has anyone in the nursing home tested positive for COVID-19?
Read the rest of the FAQ on AARP's website.
If you are concerned about the safety and well-being of a loved one who lives in a nursing home, contact the California CRISISline at 1-800-231-4024. The CRISISline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take calls & refer complaints from residents in long-term care facilities.
Resources from AARP are also available online at www.aarp.org/coronavirus
Chris Christel, Author
Chris Christel, a pioneer in geriatric care, founded Christel's Home Care Agency in 1985. Chris has a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology and a wealth of knowledge in the field of home care.
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