An assisted living residence or assisted living facility (ALF) is a housing facility for people with disabilities or for adults who cannot or choose not to live.
Assisted living is a residential option for older adults who want or need help with some of the activities of daily living—things like cooking meals.
Assisted living facilities (ALFs) have many names, including "adult care facilities" or "residential care facilities." ALFs are licensed by state governments through.
There are options for assisted living for disabled young adults range from at-home care Most assisted living facilities are not funded by Medicaid or Medicare.