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Assisted Living Homes are governed by Federal and State agencies. All know reports and complaints have been posted on this site. View you free detailed report for any facility in 3 clicks.
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Assisted living placement services are available by businesses that make a living by getting you to enroll in a facility that pays them a referral fee. While this is a helpful service for some people, you may be limited by these companies to seeing facilities that provides the highest referral fee, not the one that fits your needs best. Referral fees may be illegal in some circumstances if you are a Medicare / Medicaid beneficiary or use some other type of insurance.
Assisted living placement services are helpful to the family when they need to find a facility in a very short amount of time. It is simply that they cannot effectively show you ALL facilities in a reasonable amount of time. Additionally, the companies that offer Assisted living placement services DO NOT provide you with ALL the information about the facility that they are showing you. So please be sure to search our directory to get the most up to date inspection and complaint reports before making a decision on an Assisted Living placement.
Below is a description of Assisted Living information and Assisted Living Placement to help you in your search for the right facility for your specific needs and financial situation. All information on this web site is considered accurate with Federal and State guidelines. All of the facilities in our database are confirmed with the Medicare agency.
Assisted living facilities are for people needing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) but wishing to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Assisted living exists to bridge the gap between independent living and nursing homes. Residents in assisted living centers are not able to live by themselves but do not require constant care either. Assisted living facilities offer help with ADLs such as eating, bathing, dressing, laundry, housekeeping, and assistance with medications.
Many facilities also have centers for medical care; however, the care offered may not be as intensive or available to residents as the care offered at a nursing home. Assisted living is not an alternative to a nursing home, but an intermediate level of long-term care appropriate for many seniors.
Most assisted living facilities create a service plan for each individual resident upon admission. The service plan details the personalized services required by the resident and guaranteed by the facility. The plan is updated regularly to assure that the resident receives the appropriate care as his or her condition changes.
The term used for assisted living facilities differs across the country.
Other common terms for these facilities include:
Assisted living is the generic term used across the country.
Nursing homes are designed to care for very frail people that are not able to care for themselves and have numerous health care requirements. Assisted living facilities are designed to assist elderly persons who are able to care for themselves except for a few activities. Assisted living facilities are often deemed necessary when the person in question needs help preparing meals, bathing, dressing, performing household chores, is sometimes confused, or is experiencing memory problems.
Assisted living facilities are often connected with independent living residences and nursing homes. The combination is known as a continuing care retirement community. The resident can take advantage of the full range of services available and the ease of transfer to a different type of facility as his or her condition and needs change without needing to look for a new facility, relocate, or adapt to a new setting. For example, the resident may begin in the independent living residences, move to assisted living as he or she needs help with activities of daily living, and eventually move to the nursing home as ongoing care becomes necessary.
The three different contracts available to people wishing to become a member of a continuing care community are:
All three cover shelter, amenities, residential services, and any short-term and emergency care. The contracts differ in the amounts of entrance fees and monthly fees. Consult a financial planner to help you determine which plan is best for you.
Independent living is for people who want to and are able to live independently but do not want to maintain a home. Many people prefer to live in a community with others of the same age and with similar interests. An independent retirement community allows for a great deal of social activities and trips. Many independent living facilities also offer prepared meals and provide a wide range of amenities.
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