Housing & Services Descriptions Memory Care Can be a special unit or a free-standing community designed to care for those with Alzheimerâ€™s or memory-related disorders. A (Type B) Assisted Living that is certified to provide specialized services to residents with Alzheimers or a related condition. Small: Small facilities are defined as those with 16 or less beds. (A/B). Large: Large facilities are defined as those with 17 or more beds. (A/B).
Skilled Nursing / Physical Rehabilitation These communities offer hospital like attention in a community environment. These communities offer 24-hour care. The level of services can very from each community. Community may also offer short term, acute nursing care, intermediate care and long term nursing care.
Adult Day Stay Adult day care is a planned program of activities designed to promote well-being through social and health-related services. Adult day care centers operate during daytime hours, Monday through Friday, in a safe, supportive, cheerful environment. Nutritious meals that accommodate special diets are typically included, along with an afternoon snack.
Hospice Hospice care may be provided in the home or a community. Services can include pain management, a variety of emotional, spiritual and physical support needs.
Home Health Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).
Senior Services Senior Services includes an array of services for seniors and their family that may include but are not limited to providers of licensed health care services in the home and in the communities. They can provide non-medical, services durable medical equipment, transportation and other valuable services. They can provide non-medical, services durable medical equipment, transportation and other valuable services.
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