Arizona Assisted Living Info, Resources

Our editors have chosen these recommendations to help you find answers to questions about Arizona assisted living, elder care, retirement communities, and continuing care retirement.
 

topics: Arizona Assisted Living: Assisted Living centers in Arizona: Assisted Living homes


Assisted Living defined*

An assisted living residence is a special combination of housing, personalized supportive services and health care designed to meet the needs -- both scheduled and unscheduled of those who need help with activities of daily living.

These needs usually include meals each day served in a common dining area, housekeeping services, assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, toileting and walking, 24-hour security and staff availability, medication management, personal laundry services, and others.
*source: Assisted Living Federation of America, 1650 King Street, Suite 602, Alexandria, VA 22314-2747

Assisted living facilities tend to be very different from one another. An assisted living unit may be as grand as a small apartment with a tiny kitchen in a large complex or as modest as a shared room with little more than a bed and dresser for each resident. One can find an assisted living facility housing 100 residents and providing on-site nursing care two blocks away from another facility that houses six residents and employs a staff with no healthcare expertise at all.
*source: Assisted Living Consumer Alliance


In Arizona, Assisted Living is:

Arizona specific Assisted Living information, links, brochures, articles & publications

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Our editors selected these web pages and brochures from government, education, and non-commercial sites as a cross section of information about these Assisted Living in this state. There is much more help and information available about Assisted Living in general (not limited to any specific state) in our
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brochure:
Guide to Choosing an Assisted Living Facility

source: Arizona Department of Health Services
4 pages; languages: English
from the brochure: "Who regulates Assisted Living Facilities? The Division of Licensing Services, Office of Assisted Living Licensing regulates and monitors Assisted Living Facilities statewide. Most facilities are inspected once a year, and as needed to ensure compliance and investigate complaints...."

web page:
Glossary Of Common Terms

source: Arizona Assisted Living Homes Association
languages: English
from the web page: "The goal of most individuals is to remain as independent as possible while obtaining the level of service or care needed or desired. Fortunately, the United States leads the world in providing a wide spectrum of quality and innovative options. Below is a general cost comparison between the most common alternatives. To obtain a general overview of your options click on the links below..."

web page:
Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS)

source: Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
languages: English
from the web page: "...Many ALTCS participants live in their own homes or an assisted living facility and receive needed in-home services. ALTCS participants are also covered for medical care, including doctor's office visits, hospitalization, prescriptions, lab work, and behavioral health services..."

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HOUSING OPTIONS

source: Arizona Department of Economic Security
languages: English
from the web page: "If you need information on housing or housing alternatives, you will find tips on selecting a nursing home, securing low cost housing, help in paying for utilities, and assistance with home modification. Housing choices are available through local real estate agents, Chambers of Commerce, as well as health care providers ..."

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Arizona Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

source: Arizona Department of Economic Security
languages: English
from the web page: "The primary purpose of the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program is to identify, investigate, and resolve complaints made by, or on behalf of residents of long term care facilities. Other responsibilities of the Ombudsman Program include..."

 

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