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Personal Care Homes
Personal care homes in Saskatchewan provide 24/7 supervision and assistance with personal care and activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, am/pm care, and medication management. These homes also offer the inclusion of all meals and additional services such as social and recreational activities for their residents. In Saskatchewan, personal care homes are privately run however, they are monitored by the Ministry of Health and require licensing, so you can feel more confident about your loved one receiving quality care in a safe and professional environment. Because each personal care home is privately run and they are all operated differently and will differ in setting (example: large facilities vs. smaller residential homes), amenities, services, and the activities offered.
What's The Difference Between A Personal Care Home and A Nursing Home or LTC
Personal care homes and nursing homes (otherwise known as long term care facilities or Special care homes), differ in that nursing homes are funded by the Saskatchewan Health Authority and require a professional assessment in order to qualify.
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