Extended care is simply long term care for you. It helps you to continue your treatment on the outside but in a supervised manner. It can be difficult for many people to cope with the changes on the outside especially when they have been going through their treatment in a rehab facility. Extended care is a long term option that helps you to slowly get rid of the rehab treatment methods so that you can get used to the world on the outside. The final goal of our rehab facility is to help you get back on your feet. We want to ensure that you are doing your best so that you can gain back your self confidence and face the world.
What are the various options?
You have various options available to you once you are done with rehab. The best option is mostly to live in the rehab facility itself except in a more permanent way. You won’t still be in rehab but you will be provided accommodation so that you can continue your treatment under supervised care. You can go outside whenever you want and you will also have complete freedom but at the same time our staff would take care of all your needs. This is important for people who have serious addictions.
You can also opt for a treatment plan where you come and go as you please. If you think that you need any help at all then you can at any time ask for help from our staff. We try to create a non-judgmental attitude in our facility which ensures that you ask for help whenever you need it. Many people find it difficult to ask for help and are not able to talk about what they are going through. This is one of our main goals: to ensure that you are absolutely comfortable with the environment that you are in. If the environment is favorable then most people find it easy to talk about what they are going through.
What does the treatment consist of?
The treatment plans that we offer are extremely holistic. We have many meetings that you can attend depending upon your needs.
There are spiritual plans that you can follow to ensure that you have something to believe in when you are going through this process. If you are someone who likes to pray and needs guidance at all times then the spiritual program would be really helpful for you. You’ll be able to deal with your problems through your faith. Faith if channeled correctly can help anyone. It can be a strong motivator and many people find it relaxing.
We have also have many non-spiritual programs that are based on talking about what you are going through and helping everyone around through a support program. The main aim here is to help people believe in themselves and helping them cope with the problems that they might be facing. It is especially recommended for people who find it difficult to talk about their feelings.
How Much Does Medicare pay for long term care?
For the first 20 days, Medicare pays 100 percent of your costs. For days 21 through 100, you pay your own expenses up to $140.00 per day (as of 2013), and Medicare pays any balance. You pay 100 percent of costs for each day you stay in a skilled nursing facility after day 100.
How Much Does Medicare pay for nursing home care?
That is, there are no premiums for this part of the Medicare program. Medicare Part A covers up to 100 days of "skilled nursing" care per spell of illness. However, the conditions for obtaining Medicare coverage of a nursing home stay are quite stringent.
What is considered a long term care facility?
Services that include medical and non-medical care for people with a chronic illness or disability. Long-term care helps meet health or personal needs. Most long-term care services assists people with Activities of Daily Living, such as dressing, bathing, and using the bathroom.
What are the Adls for long term care?
There are six basic ADLs: eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (walking) and continence. An individual's ability to perform ADLs is important for determining what type of long-term care (e.g. nursing-home care or home care) and coverage the individual needs (i.e.