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Developmentally Disabled Consumer Tool Box AZ Developmentally Disabled Consumer Tool Box AZ
A free list of things to observe and consider when looking for a residential facility for your family member.  

To avoid visiting every facility on your initial list, we suggest that you set up a screening process to eliminate providers that are unable to meet your elder's medical or financial requirements. See Telephone Screening.  Eventually, you will want to visit the facilities on your list, but first it will be worthwhile to remove any providers that cannot give your elder the care they require or perhaps are not within your budget. 

If your elder will be receiving subsidized financial assistance for care, the agency will probably provide an approved list of eligible facilities. When screening the facilities be sure to question the... Elder Care Facility Observation Check Off List
Resource links to elder care sites Elder Care Links
Steps to take and information to help find right type of care home. Finding Right Care for your Elder Parent, Spouse, or Friend
This article is intended to cover hiring a home care worker and evaluating which options are best for you and your elder. It will also include information on what your responsibilities are to the person you have hired as the home caregiver for your elder. Hiring Home Care Workers
Document that will help in assessment of care needs and life style changes that need to be considered Lifestyle Assessment
This document covers the basic requirements for paying live-in caregivers. Home and community based care homes are required to pay their staff overtime and are restricted in the amount that can be charged for meals and accommodations. Making Wise Decisions About Paying for Live-In Caregivers
MediCare Nursing Home Free CheckList MediCare Nursing Home Free CheckList
Information about My CCL - Consumer Information Initiative for RCFEs
Residential Care Homes for the Elderly My CCL - Consumer Information Initiative for RCFEs
Information on how home and personal life is affected by having an elder living in your home. Parent Care - In Home
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