An assisted living facility for people who need some help with daily care a nursing home for people who require higher levels of care residents can move from one level to another based on their needs but usually stay within the ccrc. Typically assisted living facilities dont offer full time skilled nursing care but they might help monitor your health and manage your prescription medications you may be wondering about medicare coverage of assisted living situations medicare generally does not cover assisted living. Transition to assisted living a caregivers guide by victoria burke what is the difference between an assisted living facility and a nursing home and impact report examines user sessions from more than 30000 ehealth medicare visitors who used the companys medicare prescription drug coverage comparison tool in the fourth quarter . Medicare covers some services associated with extended care in various types of assisted living facilities but there are a number of assisted living services medicare does not cover at most facilities offering long term or short term care services medicare does not cover the cost of the stay. Typically medicare does not cover the costs of assisted living but it can be used for qualified healthcare costs such as skilled nursing or home health care in some cases you may be able to use long term care insurance and medicaid to help cover assisted living costs find out more
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