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Top 3 Steps to Take Before You Retire

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
June 18, 2019

Retirement is an exciting time for seniors. You worked hard to build a life for you and your family, and you have earned the right to, well, relax a little!

But along with deciding when, there are some other considerations that are important to review before you retire. Taking the time to follow these three (3) steps, in particular, can help prevent any unforeseen stressors, and can alleviate any potential burdens during your retirement:

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Topics: Independent Living, Cost of Senior Living, Senior Planning

Senior Living for Veterans

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
February 26, 2019

According to the latest U.S. Census, there are more than 12.4 million veterans over the age of 65 living in our country. At Magnolia Manor, we are indebted to the many men and women who have so bravely served our country. There are many retired veterans and their spouses residing in our eight (8) campuses across southern Georgia, and we are honored that they have chosen to enjoy their senior years with us!

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Topics: Cost of Senior Living, Veterans

Avoid the winter blues, move to Georgia!

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
February 14, 2019

This time of year, depending on where you live, can be brutal. Snow, frigid temperatures, and icy conditions are not only a nuisance - they are potentially risky. This is especially true for seniors.

Here at Magnolia Manor, we have a very simple solution for seniors who are struggling to get through the rough winters:

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Topics: Cost of Senior Living, Socialization, Senior Planning, Senior Safety, Coping

Does Medicare / Medicaid Cover Skilled Nursing?

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
January 31, 2019

Medicare and Medicaid help provide critical levels of care to seniors in Georgia. The coverage for both programs can be confusing, however, leading to denied treatment, bills, and other unnecessary stresses. Rather than dealing with unnecessary stresses when you need medical care, you should be focusing on your health.

In short, yes, Medicare and Medicaid will pay for skilled nursing services in Georgia. To arm you with critical information needed to understand your coverage and rights as a Medicare or Medicaid participant, let’s examine skilled nursing coverage for both programs.

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Topics: Cost of Senior Living, Medicare/Medicaid, FAQs, Senior Planning, Skilled Nursing

5 Strategies to Make Senior Living More Affordable

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
July 10, 2018

 

If you are considering a move to a senior/assisted living community, you may be worried about being able to afford it. After all, a private, one-unit apartment in an assisted living community in Georgia cost about $2,850 per month.

So, you’re wise to consider the cost, but chances are good you will be able to handle it. Here are five ways that may help:

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Topics: Cost of Senior Living, Senior Planning

Why Donate to Magnolia Manor?

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
May 30, 2018

Built Upon Generosity

There is a remarkable difference between for-profit organizations and nonprofit communities like Magnolia Manor. As a nonprofit organization our overriding objectives are apparent in our priorities and the quality of care we offer to our residents.

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Topics: Cost of Senior Living, Donations, Volunteering