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Medilodge of Howell Inc - Howell, MI

1333 W. Grand River Avenue, Howell, MI 48843

Fox Manor - Waterford, MI

Watkins Lake Rd, Waterford, MI 48328

Bortz Health Care - Orchard Lake Village, MI

6470 Alden Dr, Orchard Lake Village, MI 48324

Bloomfield Orchard Villa - West Bloomfield Township, MI

7277 Richardson Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48323

Martin-Luther-South Lyon Home - South Lyon, MI

700 Reynold Sweet Pkwy, South Lyon, MI 48178

Heartland - West Bloomfield Township, MI

6950 Farmington Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322

Woodward Hills Nursing Ctr - Bloomfield Hills, MI

39312 Woodward Ave, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Farmington Health Care Ctr - Farmington, MI

34225 Grand River Ave, Farmington, MI 48335

Plymouth Court - Plymouth, MI

105 N Haggerty Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170
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Nursing Homes in Flint, Michigan

The discussion of nursing homes can be emotionally difficult for many seniors, so it's best to talk about it as early as possible. When the time comes for you to decide if a nursing home is right for your family, it's helpful to give your loved one time to adjust. This is two-fold really, it also allows you time to figure out all of the arrangements, including how to downsize your loved one's home and how you'll pay for the care. The good news is that Michigan offers plenty of affordable options for you and your family.

All About Flint

Flint has several universities in the area, including the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. There are museums, art centers, sports facilities, shopping and dining options, and a large library with nearly 500,000 books plus various other resources available to the public. Nursing homes in the area take security seriously, and they provide a safe, encouraging environment to their residents.

Choosing the Right Nursing Home

To get started, create a list of nursing homes with the basic features you and your loved ones like, and then schedule a visit to help you narrow your list. Talk to the program director about the staff. How were they trained, what's the patient to staff ratio, do they genuinely care about the residents or is it just a paycheck to them? Once you feel good about the staff, figure out if the facility's policies resonate with you. Do you feel they are too strict, or maybe they aren't strict enough? Also, determine what level of care your loved one will receive, and how often you receive updates. Ensure the home you choose has plenty of amenities and activities to keep your loved one active. Finally, look into the safety and prevention features of the nursing home. Even in safe neighborhoods, it's important for the elderly to feel secure. If there are any concerns about the neighborhood or the home, it might be beneficial to consider other areas and other nursing homes.

Cost Considerations

Paying for a nursing home can be the biggest challenge for many families, but it doesn't have to be. It's helpful to know what to expect early so that you can prepare accordingly. The average cost of nursing home care is about $50,000 per year. In Flint, you can find nursing homes that are cheaper due to the economy's need for cash flow. You should talk to several nursing homes to get an idea of what each one charges, and don't be afraid to haggle. The best way to pay for a nursing home is with a combination of long-term care insurance and Medicare or Medicaid. They all have restrictions, which means it benefits families to look into these options early so they are all set when the time comes to move a loved one into a nursing home. Of course, there is the options to pay out of pocket for nursing home care, but that means the family or the senior is responsible for the full amount. It's better to have some sort of insurance or government program to help cover the costs.

Finding the right nursing home is easier when you and your loved one are on the same page. The earlier you have the conversation with them, the more time you have to learn about their preferences, and then to find a nursing home that meets those preferences. In addition, you'll have plenty of time to secure financing, insurance, or make other arrangements to pay for the nursing home. The important thing is that your loved one receives the care they need in an environment that makes you both comfortable.