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Important Terms About Assisted Living Facilities

Assisted living facilities provide skilled aid and housing to persons, usually retired senior citizens who, because of temporary or permanent medical problems, cannot perform day-to-day activities without a certain degree of aid. If you are trying to place a loved one in an assisted living facility, you may be confused by the lingo unique to this industry. Below are some important terms you should know about.

  • ALF – The abbreviation for Assisted Living Facility. These places offer aid and housing in the long term to those who are incapable of independent living but who do not require the more intensive, round-the-clock medical care associated with nursing homes or hospitals. Residents typically have their own apartments and nurses are not necessarily around 24 hours a day.
  • Activities of Daily Living – Also called ADLs, the term used in the health care industry for everyday actions such as bathing or eating. People who require assisted living usually need help with several ADLs.
  • Eldercare – Medical aid and treatment associated with senior citizens. Also called elderly care.
  • Hospice – A type of medical center for the terminally ill.
  • Alzheimer's Disease – An incurable brain disease that most commonly strikes seniors, it is marked by the progressive decline of mental abilities, particularly memory loss.
  • CCF – A Convalescent Care Facility. These offer medical care and housing to people recovering from serious illnesses.
  • Continuing Care Retirement Community – An adult community that offers a wide range of services combining aspects of ALFs and nursing homes.
  • Veterans Nursing Homes – A type of facility restricted to members of the military. These are monitored by the Veterans Health Administration, which has a variety of health programs for eligible adults.
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    Emeritus at Tarzana
    Tarzana, CA 91356
    Our local Durham area assisted living facilities are the best choice for your elderly loved ones. Providing the very best care from activities to hospice at our assisted living facilities.
    Quinstreet
    Foster City, CA 94404
    We help with the elderly with their special needs as far as Assisted Living in the local Durham area. If you are looking for a facility to help you with whatever your needs are, we are your best solution in the local Durham area. Call today!
    National Center for Assisted Living
    Washington, DC 20005
    If you're looking for the best assisted living facility for your loved one, you can find the most reputable services through our association. Browse through our preferred listings to find an assisted living facility.
    American Seniors Housing Association
    Washington, DC 20015
    If you offer assisted living facilities for seniors from your business, you can benefit from joining our association. Providing resources for those working with senior care and housing concerns.
    Leading Age
    Washington, DC 20008
    Providing an assisted living facility is a tough job, so get the resources you deserve through our association membership. Your business will be booming with happy families and customers.
     
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    Alta Oakridge
    10820 Sandy Oak Ln, Raleigh, NC 27614
    Independent living senior housing at its best. We offer an upscale retirement community with spacious apartments, luxurious community rooms, and an exceptionally experienced and caring staff for our residents.
    (919) 848-2088
    Forsyth Village Long Term Nursing
    5100 Lansing Dr, Winston Salem, NC 27105
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    (336) 661-0945
     
    User Review: "Will not accept the real needy, unprofessional, not a good business."
    Clare Bridge of Winston Salem
    275 S Peace Haven Rd, Winston Salem, NC 27104
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    (336) 659-7797
     
    User Review: "They are rather expensive. They don't have choices with their meals. The activities budget is too small. You are not..." - Alexis (NC)
    Spring Arbor of Durham
    4523 Hope Valley Rd, Durham, NC 27707
    (919) 403-0055
    Carillon Assisted Living
    4713 Garrett Rd, Durham, NC 27707
    (919) 401-1101
    Jones Health 3
    3326 Guess Rd, Durham, NC 27705
    (919) 479-6600
    Home Instead Senior Care
    2726 Croasdaile Dr, Durham, NC 27705
    (919) 479-4600
    Enopoint Assisted Living
    5600 N Roxboro Rd, Durham, NC 27712
    (919) 479-5652
    Durham Ridge Assisted Living
    3420 Holloway St, Durham, NC 27703
    (919) 596-9464
    Camelia Gardens Assisted Living
    5010 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 544-0257
    Blevins Too
    2325 Cook Rd, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 293-0426
    Eden Spring Living Center
    3812 Booker Ave, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 237-3506
    W S Walk Senior Apt LLC
    5705 Fayetteville Rd, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 544-4807
    Alta Walk
    5705 Fayetteville Rd, Durham, NC 27713
    (919) 405-2141
    Carillon Assisted Living
    1911 Orange Grove Rd, Hillsborough, NC 27278
    (919) 643-3042


    When senior citizens and people with disabilities need a place to live but don’t necessarily require intense hospital supervision, they may benefit from an assisted living facility. Elder care facilities, similar to nursing homes, provide a relaxing atmosphere while enjoying as normal a life as possible. They may gain the help of physical therapists, nurses, and doctors who can lend assistance. Skilled nurses can provide personal grooming assistance and administer medication. Occupational and physical therapists provide regular therapy for those with permanent disabilities. Patients within an assisted living health care facility may be young adults or they may be of retirement age. Some suffer from birth defects, while other seniors suffer from late-onset diseases like Alzheimer’s. Assisted living facilities and nursing homes can be a worthwhile long term option for families who don’t have the resources to care for their loved ones. Residents can live mostly on their own and can enjoy a fulfilling life, as nurses and aids ensure they experience regular outings, get outside, and participate in life. Many hold part or full-time jobs. Nurses also ensure that patients get plenty of rest and take their medication. Citizens in this situation can thrive outside of a hospital or medical center environment, given the right tools to be independent. Assisted living facilities may resemble apartments, group homes, community centers, or convalescent homes. Some are meant just for veterans, while others are meant for young adults suffering from physical disabilities. This could be a viable option for people of retirement age who are no longer able to care for large homes, and who need a little more assistance in day-to-day tasks. This type of housing promotes independence, in addition to any assistance necessary. They may offer programs, such as delivery of meals and hospice, plus fun activities and outings.
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