Thank you notes are icing on the Cake

Our ultimate goal at Sevens Home Care’s is to ensure our clients receive the honest, reliable, and compassionate care everyone is entitled to. We find satisfaction in knowing our company and our caregivers provide the best, highest quality care to you and your loved ones… But it doesn’t hurt when our patients or their families [...]

By | May 22nd, 2012|Caregivers, Long-term Care, Senior Home Care|1 Comment

How to Evaluate in Home Care

By: Sydney Morehart How to Chose the Right Home Health Care Provider for You: Deciding that you want or need to enlist the help of a Home Health Care provider is a difficult task. Once you have decided that Home Health Care is the best path for you and your loved ones then comes the [...]

By | May 16th, 2012|Elderly Home Care, Long-term Care, Senior Home Care|1 Comment

Long Term Care Insurance Seminar

Purchasing Long Term Care insurance can offer you a lot of peace of mind when it comes to considering what your future healthcare needs might be. Because Long Term Care is not covered by Medicare or health insurance it is important to consider a policy that will help cover the expense of Long Term Care [...]

By | December 2nd, 2011|Local Events, Long-term Care|0 Comments

Seniors & Health Care Reform

With the recent news that the Supreme Court will hear arguments on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, we thought it would be a good time to review exactly what benefits and changes the bill will provide for our seniors.  Certainly the bill has been a hot button for political activity since it passed [...]

By | November 22nd, 2011|Health Reform, Long-term Care, Medicare|0 Comments

A Shrinking Nursing Home – It’s still not a home!

The New York Times ran an interesting article on October 31st titled ‘A Nursing Home Shrinks Until It Feels Like a Home’.   The article describes nursing homes that are called, ‘Green Houses’.  The concept is designed to provide care to about 10 residents in a setting that is nothing like a traditional nursing home, but [...]

By | November 21st, 2011|Elderly Home Care, Long-term Care, Senior Home Care|0 Comments

More on the loss of CLASS and Long-Term Needs

Last week we wrote about the termination of the CLASS bill from the Obama administrations health bill.  There was little doubt from most analysts that the financial aspects of the bill were unsustainable but it still left us with the question, how do we fix our enormous need for long term care in this country?   [...]

By | November 14th, 2011|Long-term Care|0 Comments

Long Term Care program cut from new health care law

The New York Times reports on October 14th that a long-term care insurance program called 'the Class program' in the new health care law intended to help those with severe disabilities would end. The New York Times reports that the law would have been under severe financial stress due to lack of support from young, [...]

By | November 9th, 2011|Long-term Care|0 Comments