River Ridge Living Center
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Does River Ridge Living Center, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
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About River Ridge Living Center
River Ridge Living Center is proud to provide the community with a state-of-the-art rehab environment featuring a large selection of high-tech equipment. Our expert team of rehab professionals deliver a customized program of physical, occupational and speech therapy based on each individual's needs. The frail and elderly are well-taken care of round-the-clock by our skilled nursing team. River Ridge is the ideal destination for individuals needing rehabilitation or long term care.
Monthly Base Cost: $500
|Assisted Living Program Beds|
|Assisted Living Residence Beds|
|Enhanced Assisted Living Residence Beds||21|
|Special Needs Assisted Living Residence Beds||22|
Types of New York Facilities
An adult home is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, personal care and supervision to five or more adults unrelated to the operator. Adult homes may be operated by a natural person, a partnership, a not-for-profit corporation, a public corporation, a non-publicly traded business corporation or a limited liability company.
|ALP||Assisted Living Program:|
An assisted living program, which is available in some adult homes and enriched housing programs, combines residential and home care services. It is designed as an alternative to nursing home placement for individuals who historically have been admitted to nursing facilities for reasons that are primarily social, rather than medical in nature. The operator of the assisted living program is responsible for providing or arranging for resident services that must include room, board, housekeeping, supervision, personal care, case management and home health services.
|EHP||Enriched Housing Program:|
An enriched housing program is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care to five or more adults, primarily persons sixty-five years of age or older, in community-integrated settings resembling independent housing units. The program provides or arranges for the provision of room, board, housekeeping, personal care and supervision. Enriched housing programs may be operated by a natural person, a partnership, a not-for-profit corporation, a public corporation, a non-publicly traded business corporation or a limited liability company.
|NFP||Not For Profit:|
|PPHA||Private Proprietary Home for Adults:|
It is defined in Title 18NYCRR, Part 487.2(b) of the Department Regulations as an adult care facility which is operated for compensation and profit.
|RESIDENCE||Residence For Adults:|
A residence for adults is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board; housekeeping and supervision to five or more adults, unrelated to the operator.
|Service for Non||Service for Nonresidents:|
Services for nonresidents in adult homes, residences for adults and enriched housing is an organized program of services which an operator is authorized to provide to residents of the above facilities but which are provided to nonresidents who are aged or disabled to enable such persons to remain in or return to the community. These services may include an organized social day care program, temporary residential care, or other services the facility is authorized to provide.
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