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Continuum of Care Options Matrix
Use the matrix below to identify and describe 5 different options available for long-term care populations across the continuum of care. Each description must be at least 50 words. Also indicate the level of care for this option along with a brief explanation of how this level is different from the others.
Continuum of Care Options
Long-Term Care Option
Example: Assisted Living Facility
Supportive housing programs
Continuing retirement Communities
Example: This is a facility that allows clients to live in a residential setting while having personal care services and assistance, usually at all hours. Clients will generally need assistance with such functions as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, ambulation, or help with medications. Clients living here are unable to function without this assistance. This is a facility that is equipped to care for persons unable to take of themselves, due to age or chronically illness A nursing home will have trained staff on site that will be able to assist the residents with date to date living skills. A Nursing home can be either privately owned or stated owned. Supportive housing programs are design to “develop housing services that will allow homeless person to live as independently as possible” (2013) Supportive housing programs main goal is to assist the homeless in achieving permanent residency, and increase one income. The programs is required to monitor the progress of the client and theses reports are repost to the department of housing yearly. Home care is a service which allows the elderly or disable person to remain in one home; while receiving little assistance for a medical staff. The home care worker would run errands for the clients or assistance with light housekeeping. The home care worker might even assistance with bath and dressing certain parts of...
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