Considering a nursing home for a loved one? Ask the nearest EMS or fire station for their feedback on it.

Chances are they are there often, and can give you a fairly accurate assessment of how well or poorly the care is.

Considering a nursing home for a loved one? Ask the nearest EMS or fire station for their feedback on it.
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