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Independent Living

Independent living is for seniors (typically with a minimum age of 65) who do not require care, but prefer to live in a setting where outdoor maintenance is managed and bills for electricity, cable, water, and other services are simplified and handled by an organization. Residents pay the organization an entrance fee or a monthly rental fee for their lodging and services. Independent living offers privacy, as well as architectural amenities that aging may necessitate, such as grab bars, wider doorways, and handrails.

Facilities offering Independent Living

Adult Care

Adult care facilities are available in New York State to serve residents who do not require continuing medical care. Regulations allow only medically stable residents to be admitted and retained in an adult care facility. Adult homes provide personal care, medication supervision, activities, housekeeping, and transportation. Twenty-four-hour on-site supervision and three meals per day per resident are included. Resident rooms cannot have kitchens, and accommodations may be private or semi-private.

Facilities offering Adult Care

Personal Care

Personal care is offered in Pennsylvania at licensed residential care facilities that provide custodial care to generally well seniors who, because of age or infirmity, cannot or choose not to live independently. Personal care facility services include medication and nutrition management, supervision and assistance with activities of daily living, structured activities, and limited nursing services.

Facilities offering Personal Care

Assisted Living

Assisted living programs are available in New York State and offer a variety of services for residents who need daily assistance but generally do not require constant nursing care. Different categories of assisted living allow facilities to serve residents with specialized needs and some skilled nursing needs. Assisted living facilities emphasize the resident’s autonomy and independence in selecting the services they desire.

Facilities offering Assisted Living

Short-Term Rehabilitation

Short-term rehabilitation helps individuals bridge the gap between hospital and home or a return to a lower level of care following surgery, a fall, or for other reasons. Physical, occupational, and speech therapy can be provided.

Facilities offering Short-Term Rehabilitation

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing is for individuals requiring round-the-clock nursing and custodial care.

Facilities offering Skilled Nursing

Dementia Care

Dementia care is offered in specialized units within adult care and skilled nursing facilities. These units are secure and provide special stimulation for residents who are in many cases physically able but have diminished mental capacity.


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