In A Residential Setting
In general, you retain moderate independence in a residential setting. If the services you need cannot be provided in your home or your community, you may move to a residential care setting, live there and receive the services and support you need. These settings can offer a wide range of services based on your needs.
Generally, room and board as well as personal care services are provided in a residential setting. How much service you receive depends on your needs and the management of the residence.
Not all services are available at all residential sites. Some residential settings can adjust the services they provide as your needs change, so you don’t have to move to another place if your condition improves or declines.
Examples of residential facilities include:
Examples of the services available in residential settings include but are not limited to:
- Adaptive Aids/Supplies/Equipment
- Care Management/Support Coordination
- Exercise Programs
- Health Monitoring
- Homemaker Services
- Meals and Snacks
- Personal Assistance
- Psychological Services
- Respite Services
- Room and Board
- Skilled Nursing Services
- Social Activities
- 24-hour Assistance