Case Study Comparison Presentation Outline

Case Study Comparison Presentation Outline

Talicia Blake, Sarahanne Graves, Marjorie Lominy, Ruth Staples

LTC 315

November 14, 2016

Lori Maloney

Title Page

SeniorHomes.com. (2016). Active Adult Communities: What are they?. Retrieved from https://www.seniorhomes.com/p/active-adult-communities/

  • Introduction
    • The concepts of senior adult care, are all intertwined but also fragmented into minor parts in each separate direction. The Past to the future has changed these areas of senior adult care options, making minor focuses from the past into major arena areas of the future. Much of these changes result in the quality of care verse the quantity of the dollar spent, whether it is private, federal, managed, or state funding. With a full understanding of the levels of care concepts, individuals can formulate a possible new thought process to why, how, where, and when any senior adult care changes should be utilized and reviewed.
  • Compare active adult and senior communities
    • Active Adult Communities
    • Age restricted communities
    • Senior Communities
    • In home care/Independent living
    • Assisted living
    • Skilled nursing/Nursing home
    • Hospice in patient
    • What are the main difference?
    • What are the advantages and disadvantage of each
      • Aging in place availability
          • Decrease cost associated verse senior communities
              • Buy in on investment of home or condo possibility
                  • In home thought process with security
                      • Aging in place availability
                          • Easy transition to higher levels of care
                              • Increased support at this level
                                  • Some support can be federal funded
                                      • Cost of services are usually at private pay
                                          • Ability of 24/7 service very expense-contracted
                                              • Can have institutional feeling
                                                  • May have decreased feelings of privacy
                                                      • Change in total environment with aging
                                                          • Cost can be expensive
                                                            • Two specific regulations governing Assisted Living Facilities
                                                            • Specification #1
                                                            • Specification #2
                                                            • Two states and difference between the 2
                                                            • Services offered in Assisted Living
                                                              • Re-Read Week one, two, three Weekly Overview
                                                                  • Preform a Peer Review search at UOP Library for Assisted Living Residents
                                                                    • Reimbursement for Assisted Living
                                                                      • Reread Week Three Overview
                                                                          • ReRead Chapter 6
                                                                              • Internet search: Ombudsman
                                                                                • Governing bodies for skilled nursing care
                                                                                  • Maintaining Client Systems
                                                                                      • Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA)
                                                                                        • Reimbursement for Skilled Nursing
                                                                                          • Qualifying inpatient stay
                                                                                              • Resource Utilization Group
                                                                                                • Resources to find appropriate facility
                                                                                                  • Compare facility ratings
                                                                                                      • Five-star rating – CMS
                                                                                                          • Checklist to determine needed services
                                                                                                            • Effects of culture change in the continuum of care
                                                                                                              • Bring in more caregivers
                                                                                                                • Philosophies of technology-based living
                                                                                                                • Living environment chosen and why
                                                                                                                  • He is a semi-independent person whose is in need of care but at this time can maintain some independence. CCRC housing would allow him the flexibility of housing choices as his needs change. He has no children, wife is deceased. The current neighbor is about to have surgery which prevents her from caring for him. he fact that he has neuropathy and is a diabetic requiring 4 insulin shots Q day, he is likely to decline as he has and be unable to perform those. Also many ALF, CCRC’s allow for pets as long as they can manage them. It appears that he is financially sound, including selling the home to have the ability to buy into a community.
                                                                                                                      • I feel that due to is chronic conditions and multiple health issues presently and in past that referral to local CCRC would be beneficial to him and family.
                                                                                                                        • Conclusion
                                                                                                                        • Reference Page

                                                                                                                        (2016, June). How Can I Pay for Assisted Living? About Assisted Living, (2).

                                                                                                                        Kander, M. (2014, June). How Medicare Reimbursement Works in Skilled Nursing Facilities. The ASHA Leader, 19(1). 26-27.

                                                                                                                        Thohlke, K. (2012, October). How Medicaid Reimbursement Can Pay Off for Providers. Assisted Living, 2(1).

                                                                                                                        “9 The Impact of Technology on Living Environments for Older Adults.” National Research Council. 2004. Technology for Adaptive Aging. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10857.

                                                                                                                        The Future of Long-Term Care. (2009). Aging Well, 2(5), 14.