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- Adult Day Services
- Assisted Living
- Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)
- Family Care Homes
- Nursing Homes
Long-Term Care facilities provide up to 24-hour care for aging or disabled individuals who are unable to live safely by themselves. There are various types of facilities, including Adult Day Services, Assisted Living Facilities, Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), Family Care Homes, and Nursing Homes. Each differs in size and services provided. Explore the tabs below to learn more.
Adult Day Services
Adult Day Services, also known as Adult Day Care provide supervision, meals and a variety of stimulating activities in a group setting during daytime hours to functionally impaired and/or isolated adults.
Assisted Livings provide private or semi-private rooms and services such as three meals a day, assistance with personal care, medications, activities, and transportation. These facilities are best for people who need some help with independent living, but do not require 24-hour nursing care.
Continuing Care Retirement Communites
Family Care Homes
Family Care Homes are assisted living/adult care homes that are state-licensed & limited to six unrelated residents. They provide lodging, meal services & assistance with daily living activities. Family Care Homes can also be known as:
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