Nursing homes provide long-term senior care for the elderly who cannot be cared for at home or in their community.
A nursing home is for the long term. Choose one carefully as the senior will be uprooting from his home and moving into a new place.
Nursing Home Respite Care
A nursing home provides the following services:
An elderly person applying to stay in a nursing home must:
The basic cost varies between $2,000 and $3,600 a month to stay in a nursing home (before MOH subsidy), depending on the level of care required. Additional charges include a one-time refundable deposit and administrative charges. Other charges which are not covered by the basic cost may apply.
If you need more information or want help paying for the service, please speak to your service provider or the Medical Social Worker.
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