Recent Examples of nursing home from the Web
The national average annual private room cost in a nursing home is $91,305 per year.
In his last months, DiCicco routinely pushed his wheelchair to the front desk of the Four Seasons nursing home to inquire about his debt.
Prohibits people convicted of murder from medical furlough Senate Bill 458, by Gatti, would prohibit prisoners convicted of murder from being eligible for medical furlough -- a program where the terminally ill are released to a nursing home.
Its eight remaining monks took up residence in a nursing home in Salt Lake City.
This comes after the death of Harry Richard Landis, 108, who passed away Monday in a Florida nursing home.
The man in the wheelchair is not in a nursing home.
The race grabbed national attention after a McDaniel supporter entered a nursing home without permission and photographed Cochran’s wife, who was bedridden with dementia.
Many nursing home residents are unaware of their rights.
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Definition of nursing home for English Language Learners
: a place where people who are old or who are unable to take care of themselves can live and be taken care of
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