Three Ohio Living Nursing Homes Recognized as Top Performers by U.S. News and World Report

Three Ohio Living Nursing Homes Recognized as Top Performers by U.S. News and World Report

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COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Three Ohio Living communities have achieved recognition as top performers in the latest “Best Nursing Homes” ratings issued by U.S. News and World Report.

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Ohio Living Mount Pleasant in Monroe earned “Best Nursing Home” designations for both its Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care services. Ohio Living Breckenridge Village in Willoughby and Ohio Living Cape May in Wilmington received “Best Nursing Home” ratings in the publication’s Short-Term Rehabilitation category. Of the 953 nursing homes rated in Ohio, the three Ohio Living facilities were among 51 top performers.

“These ratings provide important third-party validation of the excellent work our management and staff are doing to deliver high quality, best-in-class service to those we serve,” said Laurence Gumina,

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They Work In Several Nursing Homes To Eke Out A Living, And That May Spread The Virus

To make ends meet, Martha Tapia works 64 hours a week at two Orange County, Calif., nursing homes. She is one of thousands of certified nursing assistants who perform the intimate and physical work of bathing, dressing and feeding the nation’s fragile elderly.

“We do everything for them. Everything you do for yourself, you have to do for the residents,” Tapia says.

And she’s one of many in that low-paid field, predominantly women of color, who work at more than one facility.

In March, when the coronavirus began racing through nursing homes, the federal government banned visitors. (That guidance has since been updated.) But even with the ban, infections kept spreading. A team of researchers from UCLA and Yale University decided to examine the people who continued to enter nursing homes in that time — the employees.

Keith Chen, a behavioral economist and UCLA professor, says the key question is

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The Parklane Full-Amenity Houston Condos Offer Luxury Living in the Museum District Overlooking Hermann Park | Oct 26, 2020

Houston, TX — (SBWIRE) — 10/26/2020 — The Parklane condo tower is a striking local landmark next to Hermann Park with its 35 stories and distinctive curved corners, enjoying a prime location since 1983. The concept of luxury living in the Museum District appeals to a broad range of buyers looking to own Houston full amenity high rise condos. Whether residents are looking for a short commute to The Texas Medical Center, Rice Village, Rice University, Downtown Houston, or The Ion and South Main Innovation District, or recreational opportunities with direct access to the famous Hermann Park, there are ample nearby attractions and easy access for work, leisure, relaxation, entertainment, high-end dining, premier retail outlets, and the renowned Museum District, which boasts 19 museums across 4 walkable zones.

Every condo in The Parklane has at least one private balcony, the perfect space to unwind after a long day and soak

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Condos offer some top locations for urban living

Choosing a place to live in an urban setting has the best perks begins with location, location, location.

Houston condominium residents’ options are the optimum way to take advantage of all that these prime locations have to offer.

According to ThePinnaclelist.com’s article, New Standard of Urban Luxury-Advantages of Condo Living for Home Ownership, the appeal for condo living has increased over the last few decades with four primary reasons. These include location, price, amenities, and upkeep.

Location is the primary concern as urbanization as condos offer more living choices in city areas. With price, a single-family home might be unaffordable to some looking to reside within the cityscape, but condos offer an attractive alternative. Amenities in condos are a given with gyms, pools, and a wide variety of services. And finally, upkeep is one more thing not having to worry about when it comes to residing in a condo.

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Apartment Living Is Your Recipe For Happiness

Apartment living is the recipe for happiness. That's what the happy experts at the University of Michigan are saying, at least in a round about way. Apparently, wealth, riches, and Huge Friggin Homes do not make you happy anymore.

So if expansive lawns and big mansions don't make you happy … what does?

Well, according to the Happy Experts (not sure if that means the experts are happy and dang it's pretty funny isn't it that one could go to school and major in happy and then get paid by big universities to discover what makes people happy. And what is your day like as a Happy Expert? "Sorry Honey..I'll be working late tonight, I am going to the tavern to see if drinking beer and playing pool with my friends makes me happy …) I digress You're reading this paragraph because you want to know what the experts said … Read More

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Living In Apartments And Villas

Today, villas are becoming very popular. As opposed to the space you get to enjoy in a villa, residing at an apartment can be very restrictive, most especially when you have kids. Property experts emphasized though that living in both have their own pros and cons. By being aware of these pieces of information, you can decide if buying a villa instead of staying at an apartment in a hotel is a smart decision or not.

Living In An Apartment

Certainly, security is better if you choose to live in an apartment. A non-resident individual can’t just enter in an apartment building. Neighbors will also be very close to know it something bad is going on and can quickly call the police. When it comes to water, gas, and electricity, life will be a lot easier. These things will be provided by the building. Maintenance will also be stress-free due … Read More

Good Things About Apartment Living

Are you thinking of buying a house? There are good things about home ownership. However, there is much to be said for apartment living. Here are some advantages to consider.

Are you going to be at the same job, a few years from now? Maybe you will need to relocate in the future. Do you want to live in your current city for five years or more? If not, renting may be the best option for you. There is only a few things to concern yourself with when you move. You will need to pack and move out. That is not the case with home ownership. You will have to sell your house. This can take a lot of time. It can also cost a lot of money. You may need to fix things, in order to sell your house. Your house will have to be listed for sale. Then … Read More

RV Living Verses Apartment Living

A couple of years ago my wife and I decided we were going to travel the US in a semi-retired state. We kicked out the kids (all over 21), sold our home and purchased an RV. Well live situations change and we did not get on the road, at least not yet. We ended up staying in the area and taking full time jobs. But we decided at the time to stay in the RV as full-timers.

The purpose of the article is to offer some insight as to the possibilities of using RV's instead of apartments and the advantages of Rving. First a little background for those that are not familiar with the Recreational Vehicle (RV) terms. RVs are classified into several different categories.

Class A are the bus like vehicles you see traveling down the road. These are also called Motorhomes and for good reason. Class A's are … Read More

Living Green in an Apartment

There are many things residents can do who live in an apartments to be green and help the environment.

The one thing that makes renting better than home ownership is that it is easier to live close to your job. The closer you live to work, the less pollution is generated getting to and from your job. And with shorter commutes you get more time to be with your friends and family. Try to find an apartment that is located near transit stations (bus, train, light-rail, airport). You can also look for apartment that provide eco-friendly resources like extra recycling bins, native plant gardens, uses low VOC paint, is smoke-free, and other resources. Look for an apartment that is near local shops so you can walk to the store to get groceries, food, and other common items.

The most obvious things renters can do is to reduce, re-use and recycle. … Read More