TYPES OF RES­I­DENCES FOR SE­NIORS

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Sup­port­ive Care Res­i­dences:

Own­ers rent one or sev­eral apart­ments and hire and su­per­vise care­givers. This of­fers free­dom but no over­sight.

Res­i­den­tial Care Apart­ment Com­plex (RCAC):

An­other “ag­ing in place” op­tion, these of­fer pri­vacy and in­de­pen­dent liv­ing and an on-site staff. Res­i­dents can pur­chase the level of care they need,

Com­mu­nity-Based Res­i­den­tial Fa­cil­ity (CBRF)

of­fers com­mu­nal din­ing, ac­tiv­i­ties and a nurs­ing staff, with some de­gree of over­sight.

Adult Fam­ily Homes

are run by pri­vate in­di­vid­u­als and can be ideal for dif­fi­cult-to-place peo­ple. These might have just one to three beds or house hun­dreds.

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