Residential Care Homes provide housing and supportive services for seniors who do not need 24-hour nursing care. Most are located in single-family homes in residential neighborhoods. Many residential care facilities specialize in caring for individuals with Alzheimer's or dementia.
Residential care homes offer a smaller, more home-like family setting for seniors. Care homes range in size from one to six beds. Typically, residents share common areas such as living room and dining room, but will have their own private, handicap-accessible, room.
Residential care homes offer a wide range of services, but consumers should closely examine the programs at each facility to make sure services meet their needs. Homes will usually offer community and social activities in addition to basic services.
- Private or semi-private rooms
- Home-prepared meals
- Basic housekeeping
- Medication management
- Social activities
Residential care home rates vary according to services provided. They are usually less than that of nursing homes.
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