Personal Care


Personal Care facilities are designed for those who can, and many times do, maintain a high level of independence, but need some level of help with daily tasks. Assistance with bathing, dressing, walking, medication administration, toileting, personal hygiene, housekeeping, laundry and arranging and transporting to physician appointments are some of those daily tasks offered by a personal care facility. Services are provided by trained staff, but personal care homes do not provide the continuous skilled medical care found in skilled nursing facilities. Like skilled nursing facilities, personal care homes must comply with state laws and regulations and are surveyed and inspected annually.

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