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Tampa, FL Assisted Living Facilities Placement and Referral Agency


Tampa, FL Assisted Living Facilities are also known as senior care facilities. Our Tampa, FL assisted living facility placement and referral agency will help seniors find a private pay assisted living community or the appropriate senior living facility that will meet their senior needs.

Assisted living Facilities (ALF) in Tampa, FL have been around since the early 1970's and refer to care for seniors who are non-medical; as a result, Medicare and Medicaid offer little support.

These assisted living communities are designed to help seniors who have a decline in health in some way and need assistance with basic ADL (activities of daily living) such as bathing, dressing, supervision of medications and more. Assisted living retirement facilities provide personal care services that allow residents to remain independent in their apartments.

The size of assisted living facilities can vary from less than 10 beds to more than 200 beds. These larger assisted living facilities are retirement residences or small apartments turned into care centers. These senior living communities offer studios or one bedroom models and offer a home-like atmosphere.

Assisted Living Facilities often use outside home health agencies to provide intermittent skilled nursing services. In most cases, the agency visits the facility daily or as needed. This approach in caring for seniors has allowed them to maintain their independence.

Tampa, FL assisted living communities provide their residents prepared meals three times a day. There is also help with laundry and housekeeping. Some communities plan social events, trips, and activities the residents can participate in.

Depending on the elder/senior community, residents may have access to a fitness center, beauty salon, swimming pool and transportation. Many assisted living communities also allow pets providing the resident can care for it.

Tampa, FL senior care facilities are regulated at the state level. Florida has their own policies that define and regulate what care and services are required for an assisted living facility to meet the state standards.



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1000 Your Street
Tampa, FL 00000

Contact: Carewatchers
Tel: (800) 564-8185

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Assisted Living Facility (ALF)
Services: Alzheimer's, Dementia, Elder Care, Meals, Dressing and More
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Assisted Living Facility

Your Assisted Living Facility Goes Here

1000 Your Street
Tampa, FL 00000

Contact: Carewatchers
Tel: (800) 564-8185

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Assisted Living Facility (ALF)
Services: Alzheimer's, Dementia, Elder Care, Meals, Dressing and More
License #: 00000000 | Capacity: 000 Beds | Ref #: 00000 | Visit Our Website

 

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Your Assisted Living Facility Goes Here

1000 Your Street
Tampa, FL 00000

Contact: Carewatchers
Tel: (800) 564-8185

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Assisted Living Facility (ALF)
Services: Alzheimer's, Dementia, Elder Care, Meals, Dressing and More
License #: 00000000 | Capacity: 000 Beds | Ref #: 00000 | Visit Our Website

 

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