Property providing licensed long-term (3 weeks on average) healthcare. The general “nursing home” term is usually applicable to skilled and intermediate nursing facilities.
A facility or institution that provides specialized professional services, such as nursing and health care, personal and social care for residents who require some form(s) of continuing, supervised care. The various needs of residents are met by different categories of nursing homes which are licensed by the states. Categories in Ohio include county and rest homes, homes for the aging, mental nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities (SNF), and intermediate care facilities (ICF).
A facility or institution that is licensed, certified, or otherwise qualified as a nursing home or long term care facility by the state in which services are rendered. This term includes skilled, intermediate, and custodial care facilities which operate within the terms of licensure.
A facility that provides custodial and personal and/or nursing care for persons who are unable to care for themselves.
an institutional setting that offers 24-hour supervision and care to individuals, usually older persons, who are no longer able to be responsible for themselves in an independent living setting.
A facility that provides care to a person who is not able to remain home alone due to physical health problems, mental health problems or functional disabilities. A broad term which encompasses a range of facilities from privately-owned adult residential care homes to community hospitals and government-operated institutions.
A facility licensed to offer nursing care to infirm or aged patients. In North Carolina, nursing homes are licensed to operate in any of three ways: As a Skilled Nursing Facility that offers only skilled nursing care As an Intermediate Care Facility that offers only intermediate nursing care or As a Combination Home that offers skilled and intermediate levels of care
facility licensed by the state to offer residents personal care as well as skilled nursing care on a 24-hour basis. Provides nursing care, personal care, room and board, supervision, medication, therapies and rehabilitation.
sometimes the only option for persons whose medical condition requires a lot of supervision and/or care. Many people do Medicaid planning to cover the high cost (around $11,000/month).
A residential facility that gives nursing care or custodial care to an ill or injured person. A nursing home also provides a room, meals, rehabilitative care, medical services, and help with daily living and recreational activities.
A residence that provides a room, meals, and help with activities of daily living and recreation. Generally, nursing home residents have physical or mental problems that keep them from living on their own. They usually require daily assistance.
A place which provides 24 hour services including board and room to 3 or more unrelated residents who because of their mental or physical condition require nursing care. Nursing homes are licensed by DHFS under ch. HFS 132 Adm. Codes.
Facility licensed by the state that provides 24 hour nursing care, room and board, and activities for convalescent residents and those with chronic and/or long term care illnesses. One step below Hospital acute care. Regular medical supervision and rehabilitation therapy are mandated to be available. Nursing homes are eligible to participate in the Medi Cal program. May be referred to as Nursing Facility or Convalescent Home. Also see Skilled Nursing Facility.
Facility providing 24 hour-per-day nursing care and other services to residents with chronic or long-term illnesses. Services include medical supervision and rehabilitation therapies.
an institution where people are cared for; "a home for the elderly"
a facility in which the primary function is the provision, on a continuing basis, of nursing services and health-related services for the treatment and inpatient care of two or more non-related individuals
a facility that becomes a new home for an elderly person
a facility where residents receive around-the-clock nursing care designed to help an individual with the activities and needs of daily living and health care
a facility which provides long-term care for both skilled and non-skilled nursing care of the residents
a facility with an organized nursing staff to maintain and operate services and programs to accommodate two or more unrelated persons over a period exceeding twenty-four hours
a home for chronic or convalescent patients who, on admission, are not as a rule acutely ill and who do not usually require special facilities, such as an operating room, X-ray facilities, laboratory facilities and obstetrical facilities
a last resort for the elderly
a long-term care facility designed for people who need less care than a hospital provides, but for whom adequate services are not reasonably available in the home or community
a medical or nursing facility
an entity that provides skilled nursing care and
a place of constant care, not only of the body but also of the entire person
a residence that provides a room, meals, nursing and rehabilitative care, medical services, and protective supervision to residents
a residence that provides room, meals, recreational activities, help with daily living, and protective supervision to residents
a place where patients reside who need medical or personal assistance. Nursing homes may be called Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs), Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs), and Custodial Care Facilities (CCFs). Not all nursing homes are Medicare approved facilities.
Today's nursing home is for the young and the old. It is for those who expect to recover as well as for those who will need long term nursing care. The nursing homes are usually Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Mental Health Care Facilities or Child Care Facilities. Some nursing facilities include specially designed areas for patients with Alzheimer's .
A health care facility in which chronically ill people, usually elderly, can receive skilled 24-hour nursing care.
A state-licensed private hospital for the elderly or critically ill that provides around-the-clock healthcare. ................................................
A type of long-term care facility providing professional medical care on a 24-hour basis. Nursing homes provide different levels of care, including skilled, intermediate and custodial care.
includes a wide range of institutions which provides various levels of maintenance and personal or nursing care to people who are unable to care for themselves and who have health problems which range from minimal to very serious.
Round-the-clock housing and medical care for the elderly or chronically ill. Sometimes called a "rest home."
Provides 24-hour skilled care for the more acute patients. Patients generally rely on assistance for most or all daily living activities (such as bathing, dressing and toileting). (from ALFA) One step below hospital acute care. Regular medical supervision and rehabilitation therapy are mandated to be available, and nursing homes are eligible to participate in the Medicaid program. These facilities are State Licensed. Also referred to as Nursing Facility or Convalescent Home. See also Skilled Nursing Facility.
Also called a skilled nursing facility.
A facility that provides room and board and a planned, continuous medical treatment program, including 24-hour-per-day skilled nursing care, personal care, and custodial care.
Facility that provides intermediate or skilled nursing care for patients who need continuing medical supervision for chronic medical conditions or for patients who need remedial or convalescent care, but are not acutely ill on admission and do not need general hospital care.
a licensed facility that provides 24-hour-a-day room and board, nursing care and personal care services. Nursing homes also provide medical care, therapy, and other health related services.
a licensed facility that provides skilled nursing care but does not meet Medicare's definition of a "skilled nursing facility."
A long term care facility whose primary clientele is the elderly, generally unable to live independently or in an assisted living environment.
A licensed facility which provides general nursing care to those who are chronically ill or unable to take care of necessary daily living needs. May also be referred to as a Long Term Care facility.
A facility licensed by the state that provides 24-hour nursing care, room and board, and activities for convalescent residents and those with chronic and/or long-term illnesses. The availability of regular medical supervision and rehabilitation therapy is required, and nursing homes are eligible to participate in the Medicaid program. This alternative may be referred to as a Nursing Facility or Convalescent Home.
A nursing home is a facility that provides a room and 24 hour assistance with help with activities of daily living. Nursing homes take care of necessities like meal preparation and also provide forms of recreation for the people living there. Generally, nursing home Residents have physical or mental problems that don't allow them to live on their own. Most of the care provided in nursing homes is considered to be long term care.
A nursing home is a facility providing a room and 24 hour assistance with help with activities of daily living. They take care of things like meals and also provide forms of recreation for the people living there. In many cases, nursing home Residents have physical or mental problems that don't allow them to live on their own. Much of the care provided in nursing homes is generally considered to be long term care.
Place where at least one member of staff is a nurse, where several people needing health and social care live.
A Facility that provides a hospital level of care for the elderly and disabled.
A licensed facility that provides living assistance and a planned, ongoing medical treatment program. This can include 24-hour skilled nursing care, personal care, and custodial care. Medicaid only covers Medicaid-certified skilled nursing homes. The overwhelming majority of nursing homes do not meet their reqirements.
Nursing home means a home used for the reception and care of three or more individuals who by reason of illness or physical or mental impairment require skilled nursing care and for individuals who require personal assistance but not skilled nursing care.
A residential facility for persons with chronic illness or disability, particularly older people who have mobility and eating problems. Also called a convalescent home, long-term care facility.
Licensed facility that cares for those who are chronically ill or unable to care for themselves. Sometimes called a long-term care facility.
A facility licensed with an organized professional staff and inpatient beds and that provides continuous nursing and other health-related, psychosocial, and personal services to patients who are not in an acute phase of illness, but who primarily require continued care on an inpatient basis.
A non-specific term that refers to any of several types of facilities designed to provide one or more levels of care for persons who need assistance. May include skilled, intermediate, and/or custodial care facilities.
A place that gives care to people who have physical or mental disabilities and need help with activities of daily living (such as taking a bath, getting dressed, and going to the bathroom) but do not need to be in the hospital.
A residential facility for the patient who requires supervision in all activities, including assistance with medication, meal preparation, bathing, dressing, and moving about; the patient may also require special nursing care and/or ongoing therapy. There are nursing homes that provide minimal to maximum care; also called extended care facilities. See Discharge: Options For Rehabilitation Facilities. Click Here To Return To List
Residential facility providing long term care for frail elders, short term care for individuals who have been hospitalized and need rehabilitation before returning home, and specialty care for individuals with physical and neurological disabilities. Half of those admitted to a nursing facility return to their own home.
A nursing home or skilled nursing facility (SNF), also known as a rest home, is a type of care of residents: it is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. Residents include the elderly and younger adults with physical disabilities. Adults 18 or older can stay in a skilled nursing facility to receive physical, occupational, and other rehabilitative therapies following an accident or illness.