Discover the benefits of assisted living.

 

For many, the greatest benefit of an assisted living community is safety; for others, it is the friends gained. Perhaps you will appreciate enjoying nutritious meals that you did not have to shop for and prepare. Or maybe it will be the assistance you receive with housekeeping. While specific services and costs vary, most facilities generally include access to round-the-clock personal and supportive care, activities, and recreation, as well as dining and housekeeping services.

Residential Care
Apartment Complex

Enjoy your freedom, your own space, and access to care living in a Residential Care Apartment Complex (RCAC). Live in your own apartment which typically has a lockable entrance, kitchenette, living room, bedroom, and bathroom with a shower. Care staff is on-site at all times. Personal and supportive services are available up to 28 hours per week to meet your specific needs. Availability of skilled nursing care varies between the communities. You cannot have an activated power of attorney prior to moving into an RCAC, unless your competent spouse or other person who is legally responsible for you moves in with you.

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Community Based
Residential Facility

Receive supportive, protective, or supervisory care in a home-like environment. Living at a Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) will help you maintain or gain your functional independence in a setting that allows maximum freedom while ensuring your safety. Care staff is on-site at all times. Up to three hours of skilled nursing care per week may be provided (i.e. wound care, feeding tube, IV therapy). There may be shared bathrooms and shower facilities, but, most often, they are privately located in your room. You may be admitted to a CBRF with or without an activated power of attorney.

Some CBRF's are devoted to dementia, memory care, or other specialized services.

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Community Based Residential
Facility - Memory Care

Memory care communities specialize in caring for people with various dementias, most commonly Alzheimer's, Lewy Body, Parkinson's, or Vascular (dementia caused by strokes). There are some communities that specialize in Memory Care only and some that are within a larger assisted living community. Caregivers are more familiar with the behaviors associated with memory impairments and interact positively to achieve desired goals. Up to three hours of skilled nursing care per week may be provided (i.e. wound care, feeding tube, IV therapy). Most memory care facilities require residents to have an activated power of attorney as a condition of admission; however, activation is not an industry regulation so there are exceptions. Activated means two doctors have declared the person incompetent of making their own healthcare decisions.

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