Choosing An Assisted Living Facility

Easy Healthcare

Book 5
Expert Health Press
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 Healthcare expert Lori-Ann Rickard reveals the easy and practical answers that only an insider knows. Spin Your Healthcare Your Way to Choose An Assisted Living Facility with her guide. 
Easy Healthcare: Choosing An Assisted Living Facility gives you the secrets no outsider would guess such as: 

• Why you want an assisted living facility (and why you don’t) 
• How to get what you want from the facility (instead of what they want you to have) 
• The most surprising “little things” to look for that will make all the difference 
• Building appreciation for the move 
• How to make assisted living successful (and pitfalls to avoid) 

This guide leads you through a successful transition to assisted living. Lori-Ann Rickard gives you The Bottom Line and decodes the Terms To Know. 

With over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, HealthSpin founder Lori-Ann Rickard puts you in charge so you can Spin Your Healthcare Your Way! 
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Publisher
Expert Health Press
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Published on
Sep 20, 2014
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Pages
50
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ISBN
9781940767017
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / General
Health & Fitness / Health Care Issues
Law / Health
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