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There are many different settings of long term care for older adults. Here is a short summary of the various options:

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
    • Transitional Care Facility
    • Rehabilitation Facility
  • Assisted Living Facility
    • Independent Living Facility: Typically 60+ years old who live independent and have outside services to help with any level of care or assistance (food, laundry and care, etc.).
    • Assisted Living Community: most commonly know as as the large assisted living community. These are must like apartments where services are offered to help older adults with activities of daily living for additional fees
    • Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) aka Board and Care and 6-Bed Home:
  • Home Care Services
    • In home care provides licensed caregivers. These caregivers will help with all activities of daily living on a One-On-One basis. These service are meant for short and longer term care. We recommend our affiliate
    • Home Healthcare Services: with a skilled need patients can receive skilled nursing visits such as nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, social worker and more on an intermittent basis. Licensed by Department of Health Service. Paid Medicare service.
      • Los Robles Homecare Services
      • Allied Healthcare Professionals
      • Buena Visits Home Health
      • Mission Home Health
    • Hospice Care: end of life care which helps manage the comfort of patients with terminal illnesses. Licensed by Department of Health Service. Paid Medicare service.
      • Vitas Innovative Hopice
      • Buena Vista Hospice
      • Oak Hurst Hospice
      • Livingston Memorial VNA Hopsice
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