Residential Care Homes

Residential Care Homes
  • Has Dad had a severe stroke or a fall with a fractured bone?
  • Does Aunt Sue have Alzheimer’s Dementia?
  • Is Mom suffering from advanced Parkinson’s Disease?
  • Is Grandpa bedridden or have declining mobility?
  • Does Grandma have difficulty with managing activities of daily living (e.g., bathing, eating, toiling, grooming)

Often because of the severity of an illness, our loved ones cannot be placed in assisted living communities nor stay in their homes because their conditions require consistent personal care and diligent attention. That’s when transitioning your family member in a senior residential care home/board & care home can be the best option.

Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) are licensed to accept up to a maximum of ten residents at a time. These types of senior care homes provide a home-like atmosphere and high level of personal and directed care services. All of the residential assisted living care homes in our network must be licensed and in good standing by the Arizona Department of Health Services. 

***The senior residential group homes receive the same city and state licensing as the larger senior assisted living communities.***

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There is NO COST or hidden fees for our service; we are compensated by the senior living communities when or if you choose to transition into a recommended community.