Credit: Families for Better Care
(West Palm Beach, Florida) October 2, 2019
Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce their newsletter on the use of assistants to feed nursing homes residents. The piece discusses how, in spite of strict nursing home requirements, a staffing shortage has led homes to hire “assistants” to perform tasks such as feeding nursing home residents. This new hiring technique has been permitted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service, but many fear this leads to improper care of residents. Read the newsletter to learn more about the criticisms surrounding this change.
The production of newsletters is one of the many avenues the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway take to keep their clients educated in the changes surrounding elder law. From the time the firm was developed, owner and President Mark Shalloway made educating the masses part of his mission. Shalloway believes that in order to make the best decision for a loved one it is crucial to have an understanding of the inner workings of all things elder law—be it estate planning, wills and trusts, or veteran’s benefits.
“I found Shalloway & Shalloway, specifically Elder Law Attorney Mark Shalloway, very thorough in handling a family matter,” a former client says. “They gave me great peace of mind. I was confident that my estate would be handled properly. The Shalloway staff are very pleasant people to deal with. As a veteran, I was very impressed with Mr. Shalloway’s credentials as an Accredited V. A. Attorney.”
For 30 years, Shalloway & Shalloway has been the premiere elder law firm in West Palm Beach. The staff’s dedication to their work brings clients back time and time again. At Shalloway & Shalloway, the client comes first. The firm works tirelessly to ensure the client is as happy as can be.
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