Stephen Edward Samuelian Explains Skilled Nursing Care

Stephen Edward SamuelianIn today’s question-and-answer session, Stephen Edward Samuelian offers insight on what it takes to provide proper skilled nursing care for senior citizens.

Q: Good morning. It’s wonderful of you to take time out of your busy schedule to chat with us.

Stephen Edward Samuelian: It’s no problem, I appreciate the opportunity.

Q: There are a lot of misconceptions about skilled nursing care. I’d like to clear some of those up today.

Stephen Edward Samuelian: I will be happy to answer any questions that you have.

Q: Let’s start with the most obvious: what specifically is “skilled” nursing care?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: A skilled nursing care facility is one that provides advanced nursing assistance to seniors 24 hours a day.

Q: What do you mean by “advanced?”

Stephen Edward Samue


lian: When we talk about advanced nursing care, we’re speaking of things that most individuals can’t do at home like intravenous medication administration, severe wound care, and rehabilitation services.

Q: Services such as…?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: Speech therapy, occupational therapy, or physical therapy to help an individual regain his or her physical capabilities.

Q: Can you describe the atmosphere in a skilled nursing community like one of yours?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: We strive for a calm and comfortable feeling. The buildings are designed for resident safety as the utmost priority. All staff are carefully screened to ensure they are right fit for the community.

Q: Are there different levels of care?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: Absolutely. Residents may need different types of care at different times during their stay. Some skilled nursing facilities have units that are dedicated to residents with the most difficult memory care concerns.

Q: Such as…?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: A skilled nursing facility that specializes in memory care will cater to patients with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or other degenerative conditions.

Q: Aside from skilled medical care, what other services to these facilities provide?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: As with any adult residential program, a skilled nursing facility provides laundry services as well as social and educational activities. Most are also inclusive of pharmaceutical and radiological services and hospice care for those facing terminal conditions.

Q: What is the difference between an assisted living community and a skilled nursing care facility?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: An assisted living community is a senior living arrangement where the senior lives in their own apartment.

Q: So they maintain their independence?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: That’s right. They do, however, have services available when needed.

Q: Like access to medical care?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: Yes, as well as a scheduled events, transportation, and many other support services. A skilled nursing facility is a more comprehensive program for individuals who can no longer care for themselves.

Q: Are there any resources for adults facing the decision to put their aging parents into care?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: Absolutely. Medicare offers a wonderful overview of facilities. As well, the American Health Care Association offers many resources. I would also suggest that anyone looking into care options visit multiple facilities in their area.

Q: Aren’t they all similar?

Stephen Edward Samuelian: Not necessarily but they will all have strict minimum levels of care. You want to make sure that the people and location are best suited to your loved-ones needs. They may feel more at home somewhere closer to family or in a location with a certain type of décor. It’s about personal preference.

Q: We appreciate your answers today. Hopefully, we can chat with you on this subject again sometime.

Stephen Edward Samuelian: It would be my pleasure.

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Dennis Wong, “YOR Health YOR Repair Ultra Gives the Body an Advantage.”

Dennis Wong YOR HealthDennis Wong, YOR Health co-founder speaks about the newly-reformulated YOR Repair Ultra and how it’s helping people across the globe recover from muscle strain, maintain stamina, and improve athletic performance.

Q: How does YOR Repair Ultra boost the body’s recovery process?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: YOR Repair Ultra contains a powerful blend of enzymes along with antioxidants and muscle-repairing herbs.

Q: Does YOR Repair Ultra promote detoxification?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Yes, antioxidants help the body detoxify by eliminating harmful substances. YOR Repair Ultra also works to support healthy kidney and liver function which boosts the immune system overall.

Q: What is the base of YOR Repair Ultra?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: We use only vegetable-based capsules. Our products contain no fillers and are full of naturally-derived health-enhancing ingredients.

Q: What ingredients are in YOR Repair Ultra?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: YOR Repair Ultra is formulated with Asian ginseng root, quercetin, rutin, grape seed extract, kelp algae, and Irish moss algae.

Q: How does algae help the body?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: kelp algae is considered a superfood for its effects on muscle function, bones, and blood vessels. Irish moss algae is an antiviral nutrients that works as a natural anti-inflammatory.

Q: Is Asian ginseng root an important part of the product’s formulation?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: Asian ginseng root promotes a healthy heart and mind and helps the body maintain its peak physical endurance.

Q: How is YOR Repair Ultra different now than previous blends?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: YOR Repair Ultra is four times stronger than the original. YOR Repair Ultra gives the body an advantage by providing it with highly-concentrated quality nutrition.

Q: Is YOR Repair Ultra all about the muscles?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: No, YOR Repair Ultra provides a perfect portion of vitamins and minerals to help athletes (and others) stay healthy and maintain optimal performance levels.

Q: How is YOR Repair Ultra taken?

Dennis Wong, YOR Health: One capsule twice a day on an empty stomach with water – preferably 8 ounces or more.

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