A residential care home is usually a single-family home in a quiet neighborhood with no more than six residents. Caregivers are on site twenty-four hours a day. These homes provide a close, supportive environment that approximates family style living but includes personal assistance. Licensed by the California Department of Social Services, some residential care homes can accept dementia and Alzheimer residents and may be less expensive than larger, specialized homes. Costs for a shared room may be as low as $4000 with a private room starting at about $5000.
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