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Consumer Guide to Long Term Care

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Alternate Living

  • Alternate Living Options: A basic summary of alternate living options and an introduction to available resources.

  • Assisted Living: Residences that provide a home and support services to meet the needs of residents who are unable to perform, or who need help in performing, activities of daily living.

  • Continuing Care Communities: communities offering a secure and protected environment for seniors, with access to medical and nursing services, should the need arise.

  • Congregate Housing: A program that provides housing, some meals, and housekeeping services.

  • Nursing Home & Rehabilitation: Provides services for individuals needing 24 hour nursing care or assistance or rehabilitation after a hospital stay or illness.

  • Hospice: Provides supportive care to people diagnosed with a terminal illness with a focus on comfort and quality of life.

  • Project Home: A program based on an Adult Foster Family Model of Care that provides a family-like living arrangement in the community for individuals with disabilities, 18 years of age and above with mental illness, developmental or physical disabilities, or elderly individuals that need assistance.

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