North Carolina Nursing Home Guide

The North Carolina Nursing Home Guide, is available from The Elderlaw Firm, to North Carolina residents. Search for North Carolina nursing homes, assisted living facilities and hospice care by clicking here for www.NCNursingHomeGuide.com.

If you’d prefer a of the Guide emailed to you, to print out, please call The Elderlaw Firm. We’ll sent it to you via email.

Contents of the North Carolina Nursing Home Guide

The North Carolina Nursing Home Guide takes you through the step-by-step process of selecting the right nursing facility, while keeping the needs and wants of your loved one in mind.

It includes an extensive Nursing Home Evaluation Form to help you with make the right choice. This 57-point rating system helps you accurately evaluate the building and surroundings… the staff, policies and practices… your loved one’s concerns… and family considerations.

With this guide you’ll feel confident in the facility you choose. You can be at ease, knowing that your loved one is in a comfortable environment with people who care. Request your free copy today.

The Free Nursing Home Guide also covers other important topics, such as:

The Guide also includes a number of real-life examples and case studies. They’ll help give you a true-to-life understanding of what you need to know to select the best nursing home for the one you love.

Call to request your free copy today.

Nursing Home Compare

You can also get started by using Nursing Home Compare on Medicare.gov to find quality ratings for Medicare and/or Medicaid-certified nursing homes in North Carolina and other states. Ratings for each facility range from a low of one star up to the highest rating of five stars for three critical areas:

An overall rating is also provided. You can use this information to learn more about a particular facility. Be sure that before making your decision, that you also talk with your doctor or other health care provider, and going to the nursing homes to visit and talk to the staff. You can also contact your local Long-Term Care Ombudsman or State Survey Agency.