Wednesday, August 5, 2009
My dad recently spent some time in a geriatric facility. Most of us don't think about these places until you have a loved one staying there. Nachshon Draiman is a man who did think about these institutions and wanted to improve upon them. He was trained in psychology and social work and put his skills to work by changing the mechanic of managing the facilities. Nachshon Draiman felt the importance of spending less money on management and more money on the elderly care.
Today, Nachshon Draiman facilities are considered models for quality geriatric long term care. These facilities regularly receive positive reviews from state regulatory agencies and various other associations. If you ever have to have a loved one staying at a geriatric center, look for a facility that cares about the patient more then the money.