What is the difference between a nursing home&an assisted living facility?

Answer Nursing homes, otherwise known as skilled nursing facilities, provide care for elderly and disabled people who need around-the-clock care. Assisted living facilities provide care for those who only... Read More »

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What is a skilled nursing facility?

A skilled nursing facility, or nursing home, provides constant, around-the-clock, long-term care for its residents. Most residents in skilled nursing facilities are 85 or older. According to U.S. C... Read More »

If they are 65 residents in a nursing facility how many cna's should there be?

It depends on your state regulations, I know that Idaho is 12 residents for every CNA. Of course where I used to work and most places don't require you to have that many residents, we only had 8 r... Read More »

How do i complain about a skilled nursing facility?

A skilled nursing facility is an organization that provides long-term medical and nursing care, rehabilitation and other services for chronically ill patients--usually elderly. Developing a strateg... Read More »

How to Start a Nursing Home Facility?

A nursing home is a free-standing facility that allows patients to receive medical care in the aftermath of a serious illness. Nursing home staff care for patients who are temporarily or permanentl... Read More »