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What is aging-in-place policy of an assisted living community and the effect it has on the residents of that community and on the service level offered by the provider?

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Aging in place policy is based on the notion that aging individuals can remain in their homes as they age and require increased levels of health care services. When the philosophy is adapted to assisted living communities facilities are designed to assist seniors in maintaining as much independence as possible. Features such as single floor living, open floor plans, walk in showers or baths and handrails in key areas are some adaptations assisted living facilities offer to keep residents independent. In addition, ...

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