The New York Times recently ran an article about the state of assisted living in America that readers may find interesting and informative. From the quality of care to the regulations governing facilities, various facets of the industry and the care it provides are examined.
“Assisted living communities are intended to be a bridge between living at home and living in a nursing home. Residents can live in apartments or houses, with a high degree of independence, but can still receive help managing their medications and performing daily activities like bathing, dressing and eating.”
The article is linked here.
Reference: Pear, Robert. “U.S. Pays Billions for ‘Assisted Living,’ but What Does It Get?” New York Times, 03 Feb 2018.