Users' questions

Can I turn my home into an assisted living facility?

Can I turn my home into an assisted living facility?

Today, there are numerous regulations over assisted living facilities which include building codes, staffing requirements and licensing. Depending on your house, neighborhood and state, it may not be possible to convert your house into an assisted living facility. If it is, be prepared for a lengthy conversion process.

Why would someone choose to live in an assisted living residence?

Assisted living communities offer clear benefits that can help improve your loved one’s health and wellness and emotional well-being thanks to daily opportunities for dining, activity, and socialization. Senior living provides great peace of mind for both caregivers and their loved ones.

What age qualifies for assisted living?

18 years
Assisted living communities provide care to individuals who are 18 years of age or older. Eligibility for admission is based on an individual’s care level requirements.

What is Assisted Living vs nursing home?

Overall, the main difference between nursing home care and assisted living is that nursing homes provide medical and personal care in a clinical setting, while assisted living primarily provides personal care in a home-like, social setting.

What is the name of the Granville assisted living application?

One version is a Microsoft Word .doc file (2010 version) that has cells. Save the file to your computer with the future resident’s last name, first name, the word application_packet and date. Here is an example of a file name for the Application Packet: smith_ann_application_packet_10-1-16.doc.

What are the steps in the application process?

The application review process involves assessment of several components involving the applicant’s legal, financial and character and competence standing. Details of the proposed project (i.e., new construction or renovation of a currently licensed facility) are also considered.

Is there an Assisted Living Center in Denver?

The Granville Assisted Living Center offers an affordable housing option for low- to moderate-income seniors. Like a few other assisted living centers in the Denver metro area, The Granville is financed in part with equity generated from the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program.