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Main Street: Created for Life and Designed for Living

Main Street at The GRAND offers many attractions that we are able to incorporate with our daily activities including our This and That Sundries gift shop, Main Street Chapel, seasonal courtyards, Digger and Finch Pub, What’s The Scoop? Ice cream parlor, activity center, and The GRAND Theater. When you first enter Main Street you will see our Cool Beans Café.

http://www.grandofdublin.com/main-street-created-for-life-and-designed-for-living/
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Vrable Healthcare is proud to welcome Julie Kennedy, CNP Certified Nurse Practitioner

As an employee of Vrable Healthcare Julie will maintain offices at both Arlington Court and The GRAND of Dublin.

Julie will be working in collaboration with our physicians, Dr. Katula, Dr. Taylor and Dr. Miller.

Benefits of having a Certified Nurse Practitioner on staff:

• Enhanced Patient Satisfaction
• Improved Quality Assurance
• Reduction of Hospitalization
• Improved Patient Outcomes
• One-On-One Patient Assessments
• Direct Physician Communication
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Swallowing is a basic function that we all take for granted. Once it becomes difficult to swallow or a person is at risk for aspiration, then the speech pathologist becomes an important expert in remediation of this process.
http://www.grandofdublin.com/swallowing/
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The Difference Between Rx and OTC Meds:
Why some medications are prescription, some are OTC (and some are a little of both).

Have you ever wondered why some medications are prescription only, some are sold over-the-counter, and some are a little of both? During your stay at The Grand, you don’t need to worry about it: we provide you with all standard medications you are taking, whether prescription or OTC. While at home however, you may be confused about what you can purchase, and what you need a prescription for, and why.
http://www.grandofdublin.com/rx-otc-medications/
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Resident Rights
This SSS (Social Services Series) will be a continuation of Ohio & Federal Nursing Home Residents’ Bill of Rights. During our last series we looked at resident rights six to fifteen. We will resume summarizing the resident rights continuing with number sixteen.
http://www.grandofdublin.com/resident-rights-2/#
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PPIs: Something To Think About
20-30% of Americans use a PPI (proton Pump Inhibitor) to manage symptoms of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), acid reflux, frequent heartburn and ulcer symptoms, and several other indications. These medications have been a mainstay in treatment of stomach acid-related disorders since their introduction in 1989.
http://www.grandofdublin.com/ppis/
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This SSS (Social Services Series) will be a continuation of Ohio & Federal Nursing Home Residents’ Bill of Rights. During our last series we looked at the first five resident rights.


http://www.grandofdublin.com/resident-rights-ohio-federal/
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What is DME (Durable Medical Equipment)?
DME, or Durable Medical Equipment, is a reusable item ordered or prescribed by a physician to a person with an illness, disability or injury. These items serve a medical purpose and can stand repeated use. They can be used in the home or in a care facility.

We have residents at the Grand who bring in their own DME to use while they are here. Having familiar equipment that they know how to operate can be a comfort to those recovering in a new environment. For any residents who are unable to bring in their own, the central supply department has a wide array of DME that can be borrowed or rented (depending on insurance) during a stay here.

Read the full article below.
http://www.grandofdublin.com/dme/
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We are proud to announce The GRAND of Dublin has once again been rated as a 5 Stars facility.

Star ratings are determined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). For more information on the CMS star rating system visit: https://go.cms.gov/2utlNJ9
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Resident Rights in a Nursing Center resident rights

In 1987, the Federal Government enacted the Nursing Home Reform Act. This law mandates that residents living in a long term care facility have the same basic rights of those residing in the community. This law states that nursing centers “must provide services and activities to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being of each resident in accordance with a written plan of care”.

http://www.grandofdublin.com/resident-rights-nursing-center/
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