<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1660977404188157&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Kendal at Home Blog

Kendal at Home on Ohio Business Talks

Posted by Lynne Giacobbe on July 11, 2012 at 9:05 AM

Radio Interview GiacobbeDo you want to learn about Kendal at Home right from the highest authority? Executive Director Lynne Giacobbe recently spoke all about the program on a local radio show, Ohio Business Talks. In the interview, Giacobbe talks about how Kendal at Home works and how the program serves older adults in the northeast Ohio area. The program offers the same life care benefits of a retirement community, but allows them to stay in their own homes.

Care coordinators, all of which are experts in gerontology, arrange and organize the care that members need, then make sure that care is carried out in the most respectful way possible. Care coordinators and Kendal at Home help members remain independent in the lifestyle they have chosen for themselves.

What You Need to Know

If you are a planner, it is imperative that you decide on a plan for your own long-term care. In this interview, you can learn how this program compares to physical retirement communities and nursing homes and what option might be best for you.

It is also important to understand the role of adult children in your long-term care. Are you willing to accept their help? While they might be willing to make sure you are cared for properly, are they actually able to give up their own jobs, children or commitments?

To learn about the process and qualifications for becoming a member, the benefits of being a member, and how others have been helped by the program, listen to Giacobbe’s interview here:  

To learn more about Kendal at Home, contact us today. And to learn more about aging successfully in your own home, download our free guide today

age-successfully-at-home

Topics: Kendal at Home, Oberlin Ohio, northeast ohio retirement, long-term care, retirement community

Share your comments

New Call-to-action