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                                                                         Regarding Residential Care 

About Residential Care Homes Residential care homes are divided into two groups, depending upon the level of care they provide. Residential Care Homes are facilities that provide a room, meals and supervision, but no nursing services for older adults whose limitations prevent them from living alone. Residential care homes are for people who have no serious medical conditions, but who can no longer manage in their own home. Most residential care homes are independently owned and operated.

Care For those elderly suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other kinds of dementia the small residential care facility can be an ideal care setting. In a residential care setting an elderly person still has the ability to carry on as normal a life as they wish or are able. Quality of care and the quality of the homes can vary greatly among residential care homes. Residential care homes are private homes that typically serve residents who live together and receive care from live-in caretakers. Residential care homes are ideal for frail adults who can benefit from more individual care. Because residential care homes vary so greatly, it's vital to assess the needs of the future resident, deciding if they need around-the-clock staff attention, for example. Many care homes provide care until the end of a life, and help residents feel like they are living in their own homes. Before committing to a long-term care facility, ask "how do you care for residents who become incontinent?" Care assistants provide assistance with bathing and grooming and incontinent care with a ratio of about 1-10. Residential care can be very cost effective when compared to full time domiciliary care.

Costs The costs of residential care homes vary widely, as can the quality of their services. Although prices vary vastly, care usually costs £2,200 to £4500 plus per month, although some cost as little as £1500 each month. Some single payment insurance policies can pay for lifetime residential care home costs. It may well be that your Relative(s) can afford all the costs personally or in conjunction with yourselves or other family members, if this is the case, then you will be able to move on to the selection process. Private residential care homes are not contracted to the NHS or local authority social services. Just as every house is different, residential care homes are not all styled the same.

Conclusion: It is essential to thoroughly vet your shortlist of care homes. Usually the larger well known groups are a safe bet although there are individually owned care homes that provide a wonderful personalised friendly service. More detailed articles to follow about care fees planning, benefits and legal issues.