What does "Type 1" mean?

Type I Resident lives in a licensed facility that provides safe and clean living accommodations and three meals a day.

Resident may require minimal assistance with ADLs, (medication assistance, grooming, bathing, dressing) including significant assistance with up to 3 Activity of daily living.

Resident must be able to evacuate the facility under his own power (be mobile).

Resident must have stable health and free from any communicable disease.

Resident may receive assistance with medications or have medications administered by a nurse.

Resident may receive home health services through individual contract with home health agency.

Resident receives 24-hour general monitoring, 7 days a week. Resident participates in developing a service plan to best fit their care needs. 


What are the different types of care options available?

As you begin your research into assisted living and long-term care, you will find the following classifications, as regulated by the Utah Department of Health:

  • Home Health
  • Assisted Living Facility Type I
  • Assisted Living Facility Type II
  • Small Health Care Facility - Type N Intermediate Care Facility/Nursing Facility Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Hospital
  • Hospice

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