Household Model

Transforming communities with the household model of care

Transforming communities with the household model of care

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We can agree on one thing: the traditional model of nursing homes is becoming outdated. Namely, models that involve centralized care management, large commercial kitchens, common therapy spaces, and medicine carts lingering in hallways. While this model is still followed in many settings, a growing number of nursing homes are making big changes to create a more personalized appeal.

Can household models pay off?

Can household models pay off?

An increasingly popular theme among providers who are struggling with occupancy and looking to replace their outdated facility is that the current market demands privacy and is willing to pay for it.

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