Skip to content

What is the Future of Assisted Living in America?

January 4, 2022

From the nextavenue website

Nursing homes have received a lot of attention over the pandemic due to the many deaths there from COVID-19. Less discussed, however, are assisted living facilities — the other primary form of long-term care in the United States.

Assisted living facilities are generally for older adults who need some assistance with daily living, but don’t require the level of care that nursing homes offer. They tend to have less regulation than nursing homes and the rules governing them vary widely by state. Unlike nursing homes, there are no national, federally-mandated standards for assisted living.

Continue reading

From → History

Comments are closed.