Adult Care Homes
What is an Adult Care Home
An Adult Care Home is an assisted living residence in which the housing management provides 24-hour scheduled and unscheduled personal care services to two or more residents, either directly or, for scheduled needs, through formal written agreement with licensed home care or hospice agencies.
- help the elderly take their medicines as needed
- helping them get dressed
- helping the elderly take baths
- gives them somewhere to live
Healthcare Professionals Employed by Adult Care homes
Healthcare professionals that are employed at Adult Care homes are registered nurses (RNs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), speech language pathologists (SLPs), home health aides (HHAs) and medical social workers (MSWs) as a limited number of up to one hour visits, primarily through the Medicare Home Health benefit.
Sources of Finances for Adult Care Homes
Sources of finances are government health insurance programs such as medicare and medicaid. There are also private financing options such as long-term care insurance.
Agencies in the Community
Beveryly Rucker Family Care Home
Always Best Care
Guilford Adult Care
Adult Family Care Home Training Information