JCH Senior Housing Public Inventory

Click on the map below and view our Elite Care Facility’s inventory, which includes Residential Care for the Elderly (RCFE), Assisted Living (AL), Memory Care (MC), Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) and Adult Residential Facilities (ARF). We are happy to answer any of your questions regarding a particular senior housing property on our inventory. You can reach us at:
800-719-4262

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Understanding the Different Types of Senior Housing Facilities

JCH Senior Housing Group is a real estate brokerage firm that focuses on the sale of Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE), Adult Residential Facilities (ARF), Mentally Disabled Facility, Mentally Impaired Facility, Developmentally Disabled Facility, Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) and Adult Drug Program (ADP). Below you will find information about each specific classification within the skilled nursing community:

RCFEs: Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFEs)—sometimes called “Assisted Living” or “Board and Care” facilities—are non-medical facilities that provide a level of care that includes assistance with activities of daily living.

Adult Residential Facilities:

SERVICE LEVEL 1: Limited care and supervision for persons with self-care skills and no behavior problems.

SERVICE LEVEL 2: Care, supervision, and incidental training for persons with some self-care skills and no major behavior problems.

SERVICE LEVEL 3: Care, supervision, and ongoing training for persons with significant deficits in self-help skills, and/or some limitations in physical coordination and mobility, and/or disruptive or self-injurious behavior.

SERVICE LEVEL 4: Care, supervision, and professionally supervised training for persons with deficits in self-help skills, and/or severe impairment in physical coordination and mobility, and/or severely disruptive or self-injurious behavior. Service Level 4 is subdivided into Levels 4A through 4I, in which staffing levels are increased to correspond to the escalating severity of disability levels.

Senate Bill 962 established a Department of Social Services licensed and Department of Developmental Services certified residential program, in the community, for adults with developmental disabilities who are medically fragile and require 24/7 licensed nursing supports. The Adult Residential Facility for Persons with Special Health Care Needs (ARFPSHN), aka 962 Home, was developed specifically to serve the most medically fragile persons previously residing at a developmental center.

Intermediate Care Facilities

ICF/DD (Developmentally Disabled) “Intermediate care facility/developmentally disabled” is a facility that provides 24-hour personal care, habilitation, developmental, and supportive health services to developmentally disabled clients whose primary need is for developmental services and who have a recurring but intermittent need for skilled nursing services.

ICF/DD (Habilitative) “Intermediate care facility/developmentally disabled-habilitative” is a facility with a capacity of 4 to 15 beds that provides 24-hour personal care, habilitation, developmental, and supportive health services to 15 or fewer developmentally disabled persons who have intermittent recurring needs for nursing services, but have been certified by a physician and surgeon as not requiring availability of continuous skilled nursing care.

ICF/DD-N (Nursing) “Intermediate care facility/developmentally disabled-nursing” is a facility with a capacity of 4 to 15 beds that provides 24-hour personal care, developmental services, and nursing supervision for developmentally disabled persons who have intermittent recurring needs for skilled nursing care but have been certified by a physician and surgeon as not requiring continuous skilled nursing care. The facility shall serve medically fragile persons who have developmental disabilities or demonstrate significant developmental delay that may lead to a developmental disability if not treated.

DD-CNC* (Continuous Nursing Care) “The Developmentally disabled-continuous nursing care” program is licensed as an ICF/DD-N. However, the license is suspended while the facility operates under a Home and Community Based Waiver program, which provides 24-hour continuous nursing care for 4-8 medically fragile regional center consumers in a residential setting. DD/CNC development is currently limited by a regional center’s assessed need for this program.