Who is it for?
A typical assisted living resident is a senior citizen (mostly women 75 years +), who suffered a mild decline in their health due to illness, injury, or simply due to old age. Often, it is challenge for them to maintain their own home, and frequently they need help with bathing and/or dressing. However, not all assisted living residents are senior citizens, often young people who have impaired mental abilities or cognitive challenges are ALF candidates, and can greatly benefit from the support. Hence, there is a distinct market beyond senior care for ALF’s that cater to young people that may have mental disabilities or are recovering from addiction or other related mental illnesses.