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Adult Family Homes in Kennewick, WA | Placement and Referral Agency

Adult family homes in Kennewick, WA are also known as residential care homes, and board and care homes. Our Kennewick, WA adult family home placement and referral agency will help seniors find a private pay senior facility. There are many excellent residential care homes in Kennewick, WA to choose from.

Carewatchers is free to consumers looking for placement and we do not charge facilities a referral fee. For your convenience, we have selected three facilities in your city that accept private pay and who help residents achieve their independence while maintaining quality care and protecting resident's rights. Carewatchers is proud to have these adult family homes listed with us.

Adult family homes provide full-time, family type living in a private residential home for up to six elderly persons not related to the owner, the owner may live in the same home as the residents.

Adult family homes are also used in caring for people with mental health, dementia and developmental disabilities. Because of the wide range of services, consumers should look closely at the services provided to be sure they will fit their care needs.

The basic services include, but are not limited to housing, nutritional meals, help with activities of daily living, bathing, dressing, eating, walking, physical transfer and medication management.

Kennewick, WA adult family homes offer residents private rooms, shared rooms or rooms with baths. They also provide transportation to and from health care services and supervise and monitor their social activities.

Most adult family homes in Kennewick, WA have one to two caregivers per shift, with the owner being the back up. The caregiver is generally responsible for meals as well as for keeping the home clean. The caregiver's staff-to-resident ratio is lower than an assisted living facility.

Residential care homes in Kennewick, WA are regulated at the state level. Washington state has their own policies that define and regulate what care and services are required for an adult family home to meet the state standards.

The Department of Social and Health Services have used adult family homes for many years as the least restrictive and least expensive place to care for the aging population.

Carewatchers adult family home placement and referral agency will help private pay residents find facilities, senior living communities and agencies in Kennewick, WA.


There are other senior living communities, facilities and agencies that serve elder/seniors in Kennewick, WA. They are Adult Day Care Centers, Assisted Living Facilities, Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Hospice Care facilities, In-Home Care Agencies, Independent Living Communities, Memory Care facilities, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Carewatchers the next generation elder/senior facility placement and referral agency will help you locate any of these senior care options in Kennewick, WA.


Three Featured Kennewick, WA Adult Family Homes


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3117 S. Fisher Court
Kennewick, WA 99337

Contact: Paige Patton-Morris
Tel: 509-528-0364

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Adult Family Home (AFH)
Services: Alzheimer's, Elder Care, Dementia, Stroke Patients and More
License#: 751427 | Facility Capacity: 6

 

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1000 Your Street
Kennewick, WA 00000

Contact: Carewatchers
Tel: (800) 564-8185

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Adult Family Homes (AFH)
Services: Elder Care, Medication Reminder, Meals, Bathing, Laundry and More
License #: 0000000 | Capacity: 0 Beds | Ref #: 00000 | Visit Our Website

 

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Your Adult Family Home Goes Here

1000 Your Street
Kennewick, WA 00000

Contact: Carewatchers
Tel: (800) 564-8185

Accepts: Private Pay | Facility Type: Adult Family Homes (AFH)
Services: Elder Care, Medication Reminder, Meals, Bathing, Laundry and More
License #: 0000000 | Capacity: 0 Beds | Ref #: 00000 | Visit Our Website

 

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