Changing Aging Blog

Nuns Turn to Cookies to Finance Long-Term Care
Date: Dec 16th, 2008 4:40am


Eric Schubert

A salute to these nuns in Cleveland for their entrepreneurial spirit, but it’s a shame that in this country, we have nuns having to turn to cookie baking to pay for long-term care. The Sisters of the Holy Spirit have started a cookie baking business to pay for long-term care because Medicaid doesn’t cover the cost of delivering that care at the Jennings Center for Older Adults in Garfield Heights, OH. Time for our country to get entrepreneurial and transform how we pay for long-term care in the United States … . cookies aren’t going to do it for everyone.If you’d like to order NunBetter cookies, go here.

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