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  1. Residential care refers to any group living arrangement where children are looked after by paid staff in a specially designated facility. It covers a wide variety of settings ranging from emergency shelters and small group homes, to larger-scale institutions such as orphanages or children’s homes.

  2. Choosing Residential means always having expert support to meet your specific, even changing, needs. Learn more about the types of care and support home health can provide. Download Guide Take 60 seconds to answer 15 simple questions. Identify your loved one’s risk factors and determine whether home health care can help. Take The Assessment

  3. Residential Care What is RC? Residential Care provides a 24-hour living arrangement in a licensed facility that provides: Personal care Home management Escort Social and recreational activities Transportation 24-hour supervision Supervision of/assistance with or direct administration of medication Provider Communications

  4. Residential care If the person you are looking after is no longer able to live independently at home because their care needs have increased, and for whatever reason you can no longer provide the care they need, residential care may be the best option. In the light of COVID-19 (last updated 23/4/21)

  5. Group and residential care programs are each a type of live-in, out-of-home care placement in which staff are trained to work with children and youth whose specific needs are best addressed in a highly structured environment.

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