What do you do when you have to turn away the residents of your nursing home?
There are a lot of options.
We’ve created an infographic that lays out some simple tips for helping to manage the nursing home as it recovers from a devastating earthquake and tsunami.
We spoke to a number of experienced home care professionals to see how they managed to keep their homes functional.
The graphic shows the average time from the time you walk in your nursing facility to the time your resident is able to leave, as well as the number of residents who leave and those who stay.
The number of days it takes to get a resident back to work varies depending on the nursing facility and how many beds the nursing staff has, but this should be manageable for most.
The infographic also shows a breakdown of how much the nursing homes operating expenses will be for the next 12 months, as a percentage of revenue.
This is an indicator of how expensive the nursing facilities operating costs are to maintain, as they have to absorb the costs of the emergency response, and recovery, after an earthquake.
A few of the things to keep in mind: You need to be careful to maintain your residents in good health and that they have access to a regular meal plan.
In some cases, there is a financial incentive to keep a resident in the nursing center longer, and keep the cost down.
You need some planning.
If you want to make sure your nursing facilities stays afloat, you need to do some research and understand the financial implications of each type of home.
Also, keep in touch with the nursing team.
You can find out who’s working at your facility, as much as possible.
Talk to people who are your neighbors, or even your colleagues.
These people will often offer you advice and help you determine how best to handle your residents.
You may even be able to get some help from other members of the nursing community, such as those in the community health center or the community volunteer service.
If you or a loved one is in the area and need help, please call 1-800-273-8255.
The nursing home community is strong and resilient, and we have an ongoing response plan in place to support our residents.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has also offered help to our nursing home communities in the event of an earthquake or tsunami.
If you need help with an emergency, you can contact the New York State Office of Emergency Management at (800) 735-3600.