Care and Community Types

Care and Community Types

The care and community types refers to the various living arrangements that are located within a community, or single physical location. There are several suggestions for this section:
 - If you are an Adult Family Home that specializes in Assisted Living, you would select 'Adult Family Home' only. 
 - If your community has both an Assisted Living building and an area for Independent Living houses, you would select both options. 
 - If your location offers Adult Day Care, Assisted Living and Memory Care living arrangements, you would select all three options. 

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