Assisted living communities should be integrated into greater community, report recommends

“Assisted living communities and other congregate care settings are “vital” and should be more fully integrated into surrounding communities through short-term respite care, adult day services, and mental health and cognitive care resources, recommends a new report released Wednesday by the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution. The report…aims to provide actionable solutions to improve the nation’s systems of care. The recommendations, according to the authors, reflect the unique needs and realities of aging adults today and in the future.”

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