2Sisters Speak: Surviving the Sandwich Generation- Episode 27

How to Choose a Rehab Facility with Emily Rogue

In this episode, Michelle interviews Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, and Nursing Home Specialist with 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors, Emily Rogue, about how to choose a short-term skilled nursing rehabilitation facility.

Choosing a short-term skilled nursing rehabilitation facility can be daunting. Most people don’t know how to find the right facility for their needs. It is important to choose a good rehab because your outcome is absolutely affected based on the quality of the therapy and care. How can we choose a facility that is going to help us achieve the best results? Emily offers us an overview.

Three key takeaways from this episode:

  1. A skilled nursing rehabilitation facility and a nursing home are the same thing. Most facilities offer both long-term care and short-term rehab.
  2. When choosing a short-term rehab facility, use the nursing home compare website to research performance data and outcome statistics to find reputable facilities.
  3. Be prepared. If you need an unplanned rehab stay, it can be very difficult to start doing this research at that time. It is smart to have a plan just in case.

Links mentioned in the show:

Nursing Home Compare Website

Livanta website and toll-free phone number (866) 815-5440.

To schedule a free initial consultation with Emily Rogue, LNHA, click here to find a time in her calendar!

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