Dallas, TX. (PRWEB) May 19, 2006
Medicare rules have a profound impact on the senior care available to our entire senior community and their loved ones. The Medicare rules on nursing homes often cause confusion and concern.
The fact that there is so much confusion regarding Medicare and their guidelines for nursing home care has led organizations like Retirement Care Guide to set out to provide some clarity and some piece of mind.
“When you have Medicare using terms like ‘under certain limited conditions’ in their guidelines for qualifying skilled nursing or rehabilitative services consumers are left scared, confused and almost paralyzed to move further out of fear of being denied coverage,” Andrew McPhaul of Retirement Care Guide explains.
“There is a real need for honest, accurate and unbiased information on Medicare coverage, nursing homes, retirement facilities and other resources that are vital to our senior community and their loved ones,’ McPhaul continues. “We set out to provide that information and we invite seniors and their care takers to visit our site to get answers to their most pressing questions,” he offers.
With the senior community in the United States growing rapidly, the need for accurate, clear and honest information is crucial. Unfortunately, for many consumers finding this information has proven as elusive as finding the lost fountain of youth.
Resources like the Retirement Care Guide, however, provide clear and valuable information, and unbiased opinion on topics ranging from Medicare coverage, nursing homes, retirement facilities and other resources that are important to our growing senior community.
In a world where information is king, Retirement Care Guide sheds light on important topics that help seniors and their caretakers make informed decisions regarding their choices in facilities, care, finances and eligibility for Medicare and Medicaid coverage.
The Retirement Care Guide is designed to be the World Wide Web’s most efficient, comprehensive tool for people who are faced with finding the perfect care environment for the elderly. The site allows its users to gather all of the information they need in less than 15 minutes by using a unique, six-step navigation tool. Visitors are able to view and print an e-brochure on every community in its database, create a customized comparison chart, build a home list that can be sent to the email address of their choice, the ability to contact multiple communities with the touch of a button, and print out informative checklists that can be brought along on site visits.
The site warmly greets all visitors with an attractive layout, a pressure-free environment, and the ability to provide important information in an attractive, uniform layout for easy comparison. It is one of those rare sites that do not require daily visitors to register for anything, pay for anything or navigate through excessive advertisements. Its sole purpose is to deliver information to those who need it quickly and efficiently so that elderly can get the care they need when they need it.
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