Senior Resources 2022 Northeast Directory

gram to handle residents with a diagnosis of dementia/Alzheimer’s disease, specific ambulation difficulties and the need for stand-by assis- tance. Certain facilities are des- ignated as dementia/Alzheimer’s specialty facilities. Some may also pro- vide respite care when short term stays are needed. Facilities providing these services are identified within the detail list- ings in the CBRF section. CBRF's also differ in terms of pricing structures. It is critical to fully understand whether the program being explored has an all-inclusive fee, (room, board and all personal care included in the cost) an ala-cart program, (a fee for rent and all services are added to the monthly billing) or a modified fee program, (rent

C OMMunITy B ASED R ESIDEnTIAL FACILITIES ( COnT .) and some services included in the monthly fee and some per- sonal care services added on). There may also be upfront costs in the form of an entrance fee, endowment fee, application fee or security deposit. Financial assistance for CBRF living may come in the form of Community Options Program (COP) / Family Care

funds. COP / Family Care funds are administered by each county. In order to become eligible for COP/Family Care funding, you must apply with the Aging & Disability Resource Center in the county in which the facility you desire to live in is located, not necessarily the county in which you live. licensure level or class: Class AA: A Class AAmbulatory CBRF may serve only residents who are ambulatory and are mentally and physically capable of responding to an electronic fire alarm and exiting the facility without any help or verbal or

physical prompting. Class AS: A Class A

Semiambulatory CBRF may serve only residents who are

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