Choosing a Texas assisted living facility may seem like the best possible solution to consider when an elder loved one is no longer able to manage their activities of daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility.
There are two types of Texas assisted living facilities: Type A facility cares for residents who do not require routine attendance during sleeping hours and are capable of following directions in an emergency. Type B facility is for residents who require staff assistance to evacuate, are not capable of following directions in an emergency and require nighttime attendance.When choosing an assisted living facility keep in mind that in Texas, they are licensed according to size, type and building safety features. Learn How to Choose An Assisted Living Facility
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