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Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui

4389 Malia St, Honolulu, HI 96825

Based on 27 reviews


Services and Housing Options

Assisted Living, Nursing Home

Estimated Pricing

Studio
Estimated $3,829

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Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui Description

Kāhala Nui is a beautiful, Person-Centered Life Plan Community located in Waialae-Kāhala. It features private apartment homes for independent living as well as Hi‘olani Care Center for assisted living, skilled nursing and memory support. Kāhala Nui is widely viewed as the premier Life Plan Community on the island and takes great pride in fostering the island tradition of ʻohana where residents and associates live and work as a family.

We are dedicated to providing our Residents with enriching experiences that enrich their lives. Our individualized approach to service and care focuses on respecting and valuing each person's uniqueness. We are always mindful of our Residents' emotional needs and care preferences, and we partner with them and their families to provide appropriate services and care that align with their lifestyle choices.

Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui is located 4.2 miles from East Honolulu, a mid sized town with a population of 49,914. Other nearby cities and towns include Honolulu, Waimanalo, Kaneohe and Kailua. The community is in a middle-upper class neighborhood where the average income is $126,346, 24% of the country has a higher median income.

This community provides Assisted Living and Nursing Home Care and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,829 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,829 in Honolulu, $3,829 in HI, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui is ranked 2 out of 21 communities in Honolulu and is ranked 4 out of 51 communities in HI.

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Information from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

This nursing community has been given an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid receiving 4 stars on its health inspection, 5 stars on its quality measures rating, and 5 stars on its staffing rating. Within the quality measure rating, each facility is given a short-stay rating and a long-stay rating. This facility received a 5-star short-stay rating and a 4-star long-stay rating. Additionally, within its staffing rating, this facility received a 5 star registered nurse rating. This nursing home is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on 11/21/05 and is run by a non profit organization. It is a medium-sized nursing community with 20 nursing beds. Currently, there are 13 residents within the nursing community. Be advised these resident occupancy numbers are not always up to date and are collected from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services website periodically. The community is a continuing care retirement community which is a community where there are multiple levels of care at a single location. Typically these communities have 3-4 levels of care including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and nursing care.

Staffing Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Reported Nurse Aide Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

4.26
2.78

Reported LPN Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

0.4
0.34

Reported RN Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

2.19
1.47

Reported Licensed Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

2.6
1.77

Reported Total Nurse Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

6.86
4.56

Reported Physical Therapist Staffing Hours per Resident Per Day

0.21
0.06

Long Stay Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Percentage of high risk long-stay residents with pressure ulcers

0
4.23

Percentage of long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine

100
98.86

Percentage of long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine

100
98.9

Percentage of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury

2.63
2.23

Percentage of long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms

0
0.77

Percentage of long-stay residents who lose too much weight

3.85
4.22

Percentage of long-stay residents who received an antianxiety or hypnotic medication

3.85
5.33

Percentage of long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication

10.53
8.15

Percentage of long-stay residents who were physically restrained

0
0

Percentage of long-stay residents whose ability to move independently worsened

nan
22.19

Percentage of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased

19.23
11.23

Percentage of long-stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladder

2.86
1.21

Percentage of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection

7.89
2.7

Percentage of low risk long-stay residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder

nan
51.32

Number of hospitalizations per 1000 long-stay resident days

nan
0.62

Number of outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 long-stay resident days

nan
0.4

Short Stay Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Percentage of short-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine

100
90.62

Percentage of short-stay residents who made improvements in function

75.09
77.13

Percentage of short-stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication

0
0.38

Percentage of short-stay residents who were assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine

100
85.54

Percentage of short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit

nan
6.9

Percentage of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission

nan
16

Healthcare Near Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui

Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children which is 3.5 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Shriners Hospitals For Children, and Straub Clinic and Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Longs Drugs which is 1.7 miles away, Walgreens, and Pharmanutra Incorperated. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Young Medical Dental Building which is 4.3 miles away, Downtown Dental Group, and Hawaii Orthodontist.

Surrounding Area

Hiolani Assisted Living Center At Kahala Nui is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Japanese at Domo Cafe, pizza at California Pizza Kitchen or a burger at The Counter. Love the arts? Head on over to Diamond Head Theatre, Waikiki Shell, or Kennedy Theatre. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Kahala Mall, The Avenue Shops, or Manoa Marketplace. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at ‘Āina Koa Neighborhood Park, Kahala Community Park, or Mauumae Nature Park.

Weather

Weather in the area consists of an average of 237 days of rain and 127 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 1.3 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 79°F in the summer and 72°F in the winter, with an average temp of 76.6°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 75.8%, with max winds averaging around 16.1 mph.

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Reviews

General Staff Rating
Based on 9 total reviews
Care Staff Rating
Based on 12 total reviews
Food Staff Rating
Based on 5 total reviews
Cleanliness Rating
Based on 2 total reviews
Activities and Services Rating
Based on 9 total reviews
Shantell C.
2021-05-20

5.0 rating


As a healthcare consultant I've visited many patients at Kahala Nui. The facilities and staff never disappoint. The grounds are well kept, Covid screening in place and their residents are well taken care of. This location contains a locked memory unit, skilled nursing floors and assisted living apartments.

Paul C.
2019-12-18

5.0 rating


I first heard about Kahala Nui (KN) before they opened in early-2005.  I had a handful of clients who would withdraw large chunks of savings from their accounts for a down payment.  I would hear such great stories of a senior community that is being built next to the Star of the Sea School in Kahala.  Then, there were more clients who would dip into their savings to outright purchase a unit at KN and some of them would set up their accounts to have an auto draft to pay monthly fees, which would cover whichever meal plan they selected.In February 2005, the initial residents moved into KN and made news in our community.  I was invited by clients  and many times conducted lunch meetings.  When I first stepped into KN, it feels like you're walking into a resort.  The grounds are well kept with nice interior décor, where some of them were donated by residents.  They have a large dining room where you check in at the hostess stand before being escorted to your table.I was advised a handful of chefs from high end hotels and resorts were scouted by KN to serve food here.  After so many lunches and dinners here, I find the food here exceptional.  It's definitely not what I had expected for a senior living headquarters.  The menu is extensive with daily and monthly specials that offer exotic dishes, such as kangaroo and bone-in cowboy steak.There are celebrities who live here, such as the parents of famous TV personality and celebrity chef Ming Tsai and the mother of Dave's Ice Cream, Mrs. Leong.  KN also provides a convenient shuttle service to take their residents to designated shopping areas.  They also have in-house social activities and events as well as coordinate group travel off-island.Once upon a time, KN also provided a weekly computer class where my client was so thrilled.  He had never used a computer before with his profession and was delighted to educate himself and be active with today's technology.  KN also has Hi'olani Assisted Living Center, where residents can receive care, depending on what the resident requires.  They are able to receive the necessary medical care in the luxury of their unit.When a resident passes, a large portion of the monies paid for their unit goes back to their beneficiaries and a small percentage goes to KN.  Want to live at KN?  Be prepared for a long wait if you're on their waiting list.  How long do you ask?  There have been people who waited several years before they could move in.

Donna T.
2019-05-01

5.0 rating


Toured 3 retirement facilities in the last month and hands down this is truly the best.   Staff is so warm and helpful.   The cost is insane but definitely worth going out with a bang.

David K.
2016-01-10

5.0 rating


The info is current as I know it, but could change in the future.My mother moved into Kahala Nui in 2015. She was on the waiting list for I believe over 3 years. The current reviews on KN provide some info, but I decided to enter my review and provide as much info as I currently understand it without going over what others have written. Note that my wife and I are planning on applying to KN in 2016 (we are in our early 60s).  Note that there is no tipping for any services, including when eating in the restaurant, transportation service, room cleaning, etc. A reviewer had mentioned about a Summer Sale, I believe this is where residents make or buy things to sell where the money goes to the staff as a thank you for their service.The rooms are like condos, with a full kitchen with washer/dryer in the room. The bathroom is configured for "assisted living" where they are wide to accommodate wheel chairs and no tub, only a shower. I believe some of the multiple bedrooms units has a bathroom with a tub in one of the bathrooms. KN comes into the rooms once a week to wash your towels, sheets and vacuum. KN website provides info on the different types of rooms and cost info. Transportation is provided to doctors, markets, malls, etc, even the military PX if you have access to it. All transportation services must to arrange beforehand. KN pays for utilities, etc except for cable.There are a lot of activites and entertainment every so often. Some activities might have an additional cost such as flower arrangement. There is a pool and exercise room.The restaurant is excellent and the chef is supposedly well-known in the islands. The reason my mother wanted KN was because of the food. It is a full course menu, there are generally 2-3 type appetizers, soup, salads, 3-4 entrees including a veg-type entree, various desserts. Sometimes my mother would get papaya or a root beer float for dessert. If you have left overs, resident bring containers with them for the leftovers. I think once a week there is a buffet where you can not take leftovers. There is dress standard for dinner that is different for lunch. There is a takeout area, where food choices are different from the restaurant. You can also get room service for an additional fee-$4. Every resident gets the equivalent of 1 free meal/day for the month. Currently the meal allowance equates around $21. The month may start on different days depending on when you become a resident. You lose any unused meal "tickets" at the end of each month, so it is best to plan ahead and use them all by monthend. My mothers uses her extra meal tickets to invite relatives over for lunch or dinner. If a menu item is popular it is best to go for lunch or early dinner, since they may run out of the item during dinner. This is especially true when they have chateaubriand. Also, if the meal is special like lobster, there maybe an small additional fee. When you submit your application, you can select 2 room types and be on 2 waiting lists. The waiting period can vary a lot depending on the popularity of the rooms. Averages can be 3 years, but some might be a lot less or longer. You can pass on a room when a room is available, but you then move to the end of the waiting list for that room. You can only pass 3 times. So if you waited 3 years for the room, pass on it, you may wait another 3 years for that room type. You have to submit a refundable deposit of $5k, with your application.  When you are accepted, you will be told what "numbers" you are on the waiting lists for the 2 rooms that you selected. KN has different quantities of each room type, so for example there are only 7 Lehua units while there are 48 Ginger units. When you get notified that a room is available, you have 5 days to accept or pass. If you accept, you have to submit a revise financial statement. KN also requires a medical report. I believe the medical report is primarily to check to see that you don't have dementia. it can get really expensive if a spouse has dementia and has to move into the memory unit. Monthly cost for the memory unit I believe is over $11k a month and you still have to paid the monthly cost for the person living in the condo unit. Note that resident can request to move into a smaller unit (cheaper monthly cost) and therefore the resident is placed as #1 on the wait list for the smaller unit. You have to pay the full price if you accept. I believe you have a few months to pay total amount. Generally people sell their home and use the money, along with savings to pay for the unit. You get back 90% of unit price you paid when you leave KN. I believe KN will allow the use of the 90% funds to help pay the monthly memory unit cost.In terms of finances, I think the most important factor is your monthly income not assets to qualify for KN. I believe KN wants to make sure you can afford the monthly fee and future fee increases for the condo. Ending now, ran out of space.

Lyn L.
2015-08-21

5.0 rating


I've been to Kahala Nui numerous times to visit family and friends.  It is always nice and clean and the staff is friendly.From what the residents say, there are lots of activities and the staff is kind and helpful.I attended their "Summer Sale" last Saturday with a friend.  They had a nice complimentary wine, cheese and fruit bar set up outside the sale.  The sale was full of things the residents made and lots of wines as well as a raffle for prizes.  this was a fundraiser.  Very well run and lots of nice offerings.If I had to go to a senior residence, I think I'd pick Kahala Nui!

Tiffany M.
2015-07-26

5.0 rating


It is a really relaxing place to go to. When you walk in it feels like a hotel. The staff is really friendly and everyone is very accommodating. My grandparents love this place!

Randy L.
2015-02-15

4.0 rating


My in-laws moved in to Kahala Nui about 10 years ago, when it was brand new. It was expensive, but appeared to provide for the eventualities of their last years.  The place is beautiful, and activities are well programmed. There is shuttle bus transportation available, a variety of menus each day, full time staff.  They enjoyed many years in their independent living unit.  As they  aged, and encountered various health challenges, they moved to higher levels of care. This required them to give up more and more possessions, as the living space decreased.  The living units increasingly resembled a hospital. There was a period when my mother-in-law required significantly more care than my father-in-law. She was moved to a different part of the complex, and for some time they lived in the same complex, but different rooms. This wasn't something that we had anticipated. They were reunited when my father-in-law's condition deteriorated. They lived together until he passed away, recently. My mother-in-law had to move to another room for a single person. The staff has been most helpful, friendly, and compassionate throughout.Now that the facility is 10 years old, it has been well kept up. It provides an attractive alternative for living late in life, if you can afford it.

Pinky And The B.
2013-05-09

5.0 rating


This is not a nursing home! This is high end resort living for wealthy seniors.I have a confession to make. We take tours of open houses and look at resort condos that right now we can't afford.   Our intentions are good. There is a quote that sums it up from the movie Flash Dance. "when you give up your dream you die! " youtube.com/watch?v=P0GZ…We do not dream of wealth we never did. However sometimes we dream of doing things that you have to have money to do. We have  done things you usually  have to have money to do for free or discounted prices.My hubby is gifted at  that. One of the things  we do is look at condos that right now we can't afford but maybe one day who knows. We saw Kahal Nui. The monthly maintenance for a 3 bedroom (again not a nursing home) is $7,481 and that is just the monthly fee. To buy it the price is $1,063,810.This is from their site about the location. "Situated in one of Honolulu's most desirable neighborhoods, Kahala Nui offers residents all of the benefits of a central location that is convenient to Kahala Mall (with more than 90 specialty stores, 28 restaurants and eateries, and an eight-plex movie theater), as well as places of worship and healthcare facilities. Kahala Nui is also in close proximity to the Waialae Country Club, The Kahala Hotel & Resort, and Waialae Beach Park."It's beautiful! maybe one day! I can dream!Here are  some of the amenities.Set on beautifully landscaped grounds with water features and open-air garden courtyards, Kahala Nui's gracious atmosphere gives rise to its array of community areas and distinctive amenities.    Main Living Room    Diamond Head Room & Terrace    Library & Business Center    Garden Lanai    Heated Pool & Jacuzzi    Meditation Garden    Media Room    Kahala Terrace    Art Studio    Card Room    Pool Lounge    Piano Lounge    Fitness Club    Ali'i Dining Room    Beauty Salon    Private Dining Rooms    Massage Studio    Casual Dining    Great Lawn    Parking Garage

Mila S.
2012-02-23

5.0 rating


I've always been very impressed by Kahala Nui. It really is like a resort for the elderly. And the food is surprisingly delicious! I got seared ahi, and it was perfectly cooked. Everyone who works here is so pleasant, and our family friend who lives here has zero complaints. I enjoy visiting and eating good food!

Jane H.
2012-02-18

5.0 rating


This is a lovely nursing home. There is a waiting list, and now I know why. The facilities are well kept and absolutely beautiful with very caring and well trained staff. There are lots of activities and the food is actually good! Lots of support for those who are still very independent, to those who need extra care.

Jennifer O.
2011-01-12

5.0 rating


this is a review for the restaurant, not the retirement home.yup, i ate at a restaurant in a retirement home.  my aunty lives here and invited my family for dinner.  the food was awesome.  the service was perfect.  the decor was nice and the restaurant was quiet.  what more can you ask for?  it was nice to spend time with my aunty (don't get to see her much because i live on the mainland).  the restaurant is pretty fancy, so you'll want to dress up.  aloha shirt and long pants for the guys.  a dress or nice blouse and pants for the ladies.  i had steamed fish (Chinese style), with rice and steamed veggies.  it also came with salad.  yumm... of course i ate everything and left with a happy stomach.  and a happy heart, since it was sweet of aunty to treat us to dinner. :)

Janders S.
2009-12-09

5.0 rating


Retirement Home.  Elder Care.Have you ever spent a week searching for a place for you family members?Have you ever called other places and asked for a better place, their competition, those that charge more than they do for a better retirement residence?Have you ever just asked, 'What is the top of the line in retirement care in the area, someplace better than you?'Every time I have been referred to Kahala Nui.  Likely the best place in the Islands without going to the West Coast.  I have done lots of research, I have taken lots of tours as well.  This place is someplace I've found where I may want to stay.Ask for Darren for a tour.  The amenities appear to be top notch.  I anticipate putting my parents on the wait list as This place looks great.Thanks to the staff at Kahala Nui for the visit.

Don Fasone
2021-12-18

5.0 rating


Kahala Nui is an exclusive retirement home for those that require the best in services and amenities.Apartments range from 1 bedroom and 1 bath to those that require extra space with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.

Deb Import
2021-07-01

5.0 rating


Kahala Nui is a Senior home and adult day care. Waterfall at the entrance of parking lot and pindar the entry door. Beautiful landscape. Plush tropical decor.

C DC
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


Ke __
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


VIOLET CRISOSTO
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


I know a lot of people working there,therefore the environment of the place is outstanding.

Tyler Tokunaga
2020-01-01

4.0 rating


Karen Brousseau
2020-01-01

5.0 rating


My parents moved into independent living in 2005. Since then, my mother has moved through increasing levels of care. The ambiance and service are wonderful and the staff who care for my mother are loving and warm. We are very grateful that she is in a place where we know she is so well cared for.

Holger Heine
2019-01-01

5.0 rating


Upscale retirement home. Beautiful gardening and elegant lobby. Nice.

Michelle M. Winner
2018-01-01

1.0 rating


It was all peaches on the independent living side until mom had to move to the assisted living/care side. They used to leave her alone in her room to eat because taking her down to eat “ took too much time.” They charged for laundry and didn’t even bathe her each day. We hired additional care on top of what they were supposed to provide. Then later caved in and moved her elsewhere. Took a huge hit losing all of the monthly fees she had paid into the system for this care, by leaving the facility. Would not recommend.

Christopher Golding
2017-01-01

5.0 rating


Kahala Nui is where I would want my kupuna, my elders, to retire to if they needed or wanted. The accommodation, service, and support of individual needs is 5 star plus!

Susan Ozaki
2016-01-01

5.0 rating


The staff my mother and our family encountered on all levels of care so far have been caring and compassionate. The grounds are well groomed and inviting. Hawaiian aloha at its finest.

Stephen Liang
2016-01-01

5.0 rating


My mother loves it at Kahala Nui

random person
2016-01-01

5.0 rating


Carissa Sporik
2019-01-19

5.0 rating


Workers genuinely care about residents. They do their best to maintain privacy and autonomy while providing the best patient care a long term living facility can ask for!!!! There are many accommodations as well, it’s like a hotel for seniors. Highly highly recommend!

Health and Fire Safety Deficiencies

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid report report health and fire safety deficiencies. Some of these deficiencies are more severe than others. The following table shows different levels of severity.

Scope
Severity of Deficiency Isolated Pattern Widespread
Immediate jeopardy to resident health or safety J K L
Actual harm that is not immediate jeopardy G H I
No actual harm with potential for more than minimal harm that is not immediate jeopardy D E F
No actual harm with potential for minimal harm A B C

Fire Safety Deficiencies

Survey Date: 2020-12-21

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-02-05 F Smoke Deficiencies Ensure that special areas are constructed so that walls can resist fire for one hour or have an approved fire extinguishing system.

Survey Date: 2020-12-21

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-02-05 F Smoke Deficiencies Install smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes.

Health Safety Deficiencies

Survey Date: 2020-11-02

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-01-14 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Develop the complete care plan within 7 days of the comprehensive assessment; and prepared, reviewed, and revised by a team of health professionals.

Survey Date: 2020-11-02

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-01-14 D Quality of Life and Care Deficiencies Provide appropriate care for residents who are continent or incontinent of bowel/bladder, appropriate catheter care, and appropriate care to prevent urinary tract infections.

Survey Date: 2020-11-02

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-01-14 F Nutrition and Dietary Deficiencies Procure food from sources approved or considered satisfactory and store, prepare, distribute and serve food in accordance with professional standards.

Survey Date: 2020-11-02

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-01-14 F Infection Control Deficiencies Provide and implement an infection prevention and control program.

Survey Date: 2019-03-29

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-05-28 F Nutrition and Dietary Deficiencies Provide sufficient support personnel to safely and effectively carry out the functions of the food and nutrition service.

Survey Date: 2019-03-29

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-05-28 F Nutrition and Dietary Deficiencies Procure food from sources approved or considered satisfactory and store, prepare, distribute and serve food in accordance with professional standards.

Survey Date: 2019-03-29

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-05-28 D Infection Control Deficiencies Provide and implement an infection prevention and control program.

Survey Date: 2018-05-24

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2018-06-28 E Nutrition and Dietary Deficiencies Procure food from sources approved or considered satisfactory and store, prepare, distribute and serve food in accordance with professional standards.

Survey Date: 2018-05-24

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2018-06-28 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Safeguard resident-identifiable information and/or maintain medical records on each resident that are in accordance with accepted professional standards.

Survey Date: 2018-05-24

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2018-06-28 F Environmental Deficiencies Keep all essential equipment working safely.

Survey Date: 2018-05-24

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2018-06-28 D Environmental Deficiencies Make sure that the nursing home area is safe, easy to use, clean and comfortable for residents, staff and the public.

Bus Stops

3173

1.1 miles away

3058

1.1 miles away

3078

1.1 miles away

3174

1.2 miles away

3076

1.3 miles away

Supermarkets

Foodland

0.3 miles away

Whole Foods Market

0.3 miles away

Times Supermarkets

0.4 miles away

Foodland Farms

1.7 miles away

Times

1.7 miles away

Banks

Bank of Hawaii

0.3 miles away

First Hawaiian Bank

0.4 miles away

Central Pacific Bank

2.1 miles away

First Hawaiian Bank University Branch

2.9 miles away

University of Hawai'i Federal Credit Union

3.2 miles away

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Assisted Living vs. Nursing Homes

Finding the right senior housing is no easy feat. In particular, it’s challenging to know what your loved one’s needs are now – and what they’ll be in the future. The choice between assisted living vs. nursing homes is a common dilemma for families looking for the best long-term care solution. Assisted living vs. nursing homes …

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