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Residential Facilities for Groups
Commonly referred to as senior care homes or group homes, Residential Facilities for Groups (RF) are homes located in residential communities, which are retrofitted and licensed by the State of Nevada to care for seniors. RF are licensed for 10 seniors or less and offer non-medical assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Residents range from independent to needing various levels of assistance with bathing, grooming, toileting, dressing, feeding, and medication management. Most care homes offer private or shared rooms and provide all meals and care for one flat rate. The staff to resident ratio is 1:5, which provides more hands-on assistance, while still offering an at-home feel. RF vary from simple to elegant and luxurious. These are covered by long term care insurance, VA benefits, and private pay.
Assisted Living Facilities
Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) feature a simple to luxurious resort lifestyle. Provided assistance ranges from basic to full care. Residents range from independent to needing various levels of assistance with ADLs such as bathing, grooming, toileting, dressing, feeding, and medication management. Most ALFs offer private or shared rooms and provide all meals and care for one flat rate. ALFs are licensed for up to 11 residents. Staff to resident ratio can start at 1:30, with an increase in price as the ratio of care goes up. ALF plans can be customized depending on the level of care the resident needs. These are covered by long term care insurance, VA benefits, and private pay.
Home for Individualized Residential Care
Home for Individualized Residential Care (HIRC) offer your loved ones a higher level of care with a staff to resident ratio of 1:2. HIRC homes, which can vary from simple to luxurious, are located in residential communities. The State of Nevada requires residents with PIC tubes and feeding tubes to go to a HIRC home, and not RF homes. Residents range from independent to needing various levels of assistance. HIRC homes only offer private rooms and provide all meals and care for one flat rate. These are covered by long term care insurance, VA benefits, and private pay.
Home Health offers a wide range of services, which can be given in the comfort of your home, in an RF, HIRC or ALF for illness or injury, after discharge from hospital or rehabilitation center. This may also include a nurse, physical therapy, occupational therapy, RN visits, a chaplain, and assistance with bathing. Home Health provides disease management and education of the following: diabetes, wound care, hypertension, surgical aftercare, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, swallowing issues, rehabilitation services, community resource coordination, and more. Home health is covered by medical insurance.
Hospice care provides compassion for people who require specialized care for incurable illnesses, like terminal Stage IV cancer, or are nearing their end of life—but are not seeking life-extending measures like dialysis. A hospice team may include doctors, nurses, home health providers, social workers, religious leaders, and family. Hospice is covered by medical insurance. Another option is Palliative Hospice. This type of care focuses on the comfort of your loved ones, with a keen eye on their current health condition.
Personal Care Attendant
A Personal Care Attendant (PCA) will help with mobility support, personal hygiene, and other non-medical activities of daily living. This may include cooking/feeding, light cleaning, bathing, running errands, and medication management. This is a caregiver going to your home, allowing you to stay at home as long as possible. PCA is covered by long term care insurance, VA benefits, and private pay.