Typical Assisted Living accommodations are widely known as large communities with Independent style living where some supervision, meals, laundry and sometimes medication management is offered. Residents normally live in private style 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. These Independent Living accommodations can range in price depending on the features, activities and amenities available. Independent Living can be well suited for those living an active lifestyle and is just the beginning of what defines Assisted Living.
Assisted Living actually gives a wide range of choices when seeking care options. In Texas, a licensed Assisted Living is classified as either as a: 1) Type A or 2) Type B facility. Independent Living facilities are defined as "Type A" Assisted Living while a "Type B" Assisted Living provides assistance with dressing, grooming, bathing, eating, toileting, mobility and 24 hour supervised care.
Assisted Living options are plentiful; so much so that the task can be daunting and the search exhausting for someone not knowing where to even start. Harch Care Resource eases this process by providing only qualified options and guiding you throughout the process. In addition, we primarily focus on a niche market... Assisted Living & Residential Private Homes. These types of care residences offer personalized care and smaller environments housing no more than 16 residents at a time. Most Assisted Living & Residential Private Homes are private pay and do not accept Medicaid as a form of payment. Harch Care Resource certifies Assisted Living/Residential Private Homes that we have reviewed and are licensed as an "Assisted Living Facility" or "Registered" by local ordinances.
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