New LifeStyles - Seattle

Spring/Summer 2014

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TYPES OF SENIOR LIVING AND CARE 7 Independent living with amenities such as meals, transportation and activities usually included in a monthly fee. A combination of housing, personalized supportive services and health care, designed to meet the needs of those needing help with the activities of daily living. Usually single family homes licensed to provide assistance with medications, bathing and dressing. Communities offering specialized programs for residents suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other forms of memory loss. These programs can be offered by Residential, Assisted Living or Nursing centers. Centers licensed to provide health care and services involved in managing complex and potentially serious medical problems. Includes providers of licensed health care services in the home and companies that provide non-medical assistance with such tasks as bathing, dressing, meal preparation and transportation. Hospice care may be provided in the home or a senior care community. Services can include pain management and a variety of emotional, spiritual and physical support issues. RETIREMENT ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENTIAL CARE MEMORY CARE NURSING/REHAB HOME CARE HOSPICE AFFORDABLE SENIOR HOUSING HUD 202 Program that offers rental assistance for seniors who meet the requirements of the federal program. SEATTLE SS 14 PRINTER_2004master2.0-notperfectB 3/24/14 9:01 AM Page 7

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