The famous last words before we are involuntary committed to a nursing home are, “I've fallen and I can't get up!” Here's how to install grab b
We can retire abroad in more than 200 countries and never worry about falling down by having 2-3 live-in helpers for U.S. $10-30 per day.
Inside the USA, when children fall down, we know to watch them, or some social worker might arrive at the home and take our children away.
When our parents fall down too often, we children have no choice: Our parents get put in a nursing home for their own protection and to relieve us of guilt. ... And then, the state tries to take everything our parents own as they gaze at the old lady across the hall, hoping she stops talking to herself.
“I've fallen and I can't get up!”
What do these words mean? What is the impact of that statement?
You are going to call 911 for a "Lift Assist.”
How many times can you call the EMS to come before you are involuntarily committed to a nursing home?
What is the secret to dying at home? You never fall down.
This cannot be achieved by due diligence and will power, but installing grab bars throughout your home gets the job done.
But how does one retire abroad and avoid a nursing home altogether? Log into the members-only area for three candid suggestions.