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  PROGRAMS
 
1)  Finding a Housing Option
 
Congregate Living Facilities:
Congregate housing facilities provide older adults with needed services without sacrificing privacy or independence. Congregate housing usually offers less supervision, a wider range of resident services and greater independence.
  • Private Apartments
  • Semi-private Apartments
  • Kitchens (in apartments)
  • Transportation
  • Activities
  • Central Dining
Section 8 can be utilized on  public housing.
 
Retirement Inns:
A retirement inn is usually large in that they can serve anywhere from 50 - 300+ senior citizens. These types of retirement inns are for persons who are alert / ambulatory and independent.
  • Private Apartments
  • Semi-private Apartments
  • Community Dining
  • Housekeeping Service
  • Social Activities
  • Transportation
Retirement Inns with Assisted Living:
Retirement Inns with Assisted Living are usually large in that they can serve anywhere from 50 - 300+ senior citizens. These types of retirement inns are for persons who require some assistance with their activities of daily living (ADL’s). For example, assistance with dressing, bathing, or medications.
  • Private Apartments
  • Semi-private Apartments
  • Community Dining
  • Housekeeping Service
  • Wellness Programs
  • Social Activities
  • Transportation
  • Assistance with ADL’s
Residential Care Homes for the Elderly (RCFE, Board & Care):
Board and care homes can be represented in different sizes. Smaller facilities (4-6 bed) are typically private homes that have been converted into a care facility. Larger homes are typically set up similar to retirement inns with assistance and can be as large as 100+ beds.
  • 24 Hour Care and Supervision
  • 3 Nutritious Meals Daily
  • Transportation to Doctors
  • Activities & Social Programs
  • Monitoring & Dispensing of Medications
  • Assisted Bathing & Dressing
  • Management of Bowel & Bladder Incontinence
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Facilities:
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Facilities can be either small (4-6 beds) or large (100+ beds) facilities specifically designed to meet the challenges that arise in caring for a loved one affected with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Some of these facilities can also offer secured perimeters for those patients who tend to wander.
  • 24 Hour Care and Supervision
  • 3 Nutritious Meals Daily
  • Transportation to Doctors
  • Activities & Social Programs designed for people with memory impairment
  • Monitoring & Dispensing of Medications
  • Assisted Bathing & Dressing
  • Management of Bowel & Bladder Incontinence
Intermediate Care Facility (ICF):
Intermediate Care Facilities proved care for patients not in need of skilled nursing care but needing some personal nursing attention, medical aid, and a protective environment. They are required to have a nurse on staff 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
  • 24 Hour Care and Supervision
  • 3 Nutritious Meals Daily - Special Diets Available
  • Transportation to Doctors
  • Activities & Social Programs
  • Monitoring & Dispensing of Medications
  • Assisted Bathing & Dressing
  • Management of Bowel & Bladder Incontinence
  • Nurse on Staff 24 hours per day
Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF):
Skilled Nursing Facilities are licensed by the Department of Health Services, and many are certified for Medicare and/or Medi-Cal reimbursement. Residents are usually convalescing from a serious illness or surgery and require continuous observation and/or rehabilitation. Skilled Nursing Facilities are required to have a nurse on staff 24 hours per day.
  • Rehabilitation Programs (Speech, Occupational & Physical Therapies)
  • Social Activities
  • Nursing Care
  • Wound Care
  • Hospice Care
  • 3 Nutritional Meals Daily
  • Assisted Bathing & Dressing
  • Management of Bowel & Bladder Incontinence
2)  In Home Care Services
          Nursing Care
 Nursing Care is provided by Home Health Companies usually certified by Medicare or Medi-Cal, and licensed by the  state of California to provide nursing care in your home. A nurse, R.N. or L.V.N., can be sent to your home to perform a variety of different services including but not limited to accuchecks, wound care, dressing changes, I.V. therapy, and numerous other services. Certified Nursing Assistants or Home Health Aids can be sent to your home to provide assistance with bathing and dressing.
       Companion Care
Companion Care is provided by individuals and/or private agencies who are licensed and bonded to provide you with a live-in care taker, an hourly assistant, a shopping assistant, transportation, meal preparation, and numerous other duties. This service is not covered by Medicare or Medi-Cal, but may be covered by a long term care insurance policy, otherwise private pay.
 
      Child Care
We can refer you to  fingerprinted and first aid certified child care provider if needed.
 
3)  Other Miscellaneous Service like medical supplies,and or free pharmacy/ medication assistance, and discount medical or dental card (not insurance).
 
     
 

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