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At CLHF Homes, we’re proud to offer a quality alternative to hospitalization for individuals needing long-term care. We can customize the care we provide based on your loved one’s unique needs. We are able to combine the comfort of home with highly trained medical staff and hospital-level equipment. You can feel a dramatic difference when you walk into one of our customized care homes. To learn more about our long term care services, contact CLHF Homes today at 818.350.1169.

Long-Term Care Services

CLHF Homes proudly offers long-term care services for individuals suffering from traumatic brain injuries and other debilitating conditions. Experts define long-term care as services that medical professionals have designed to meet a person’s personal care or health needs over a short or long time period. With the help of long-term care services, we help people live as safely and independently as possible, even if they can’t perform daily activities by themselves.

If a person has an ongoing health condition or disability, such as a traumatic brain disorder, they may need long-term care services. In some cases, the need for these services arises suddenly, while it occurs gradually in others.

When we provide long-term care services, part of our program includes personal care assistance. In other words, we provide assistance with daily living activities, such as getting dressed, bathing, eating, or moving around the house. We also provide services such as cooking, cleaning, and transportation. Furthermore, we are fully equipped to offer medical services as well, ensuring that your loved one has the best possible level of care. This level of care is usually less intense than that a person would receive in a hospital, but more intense than the care that skilled nursing facilities provide. We offer long-term care services for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Pulmonary conditions
  • Burn care
  • Care for complex wounds
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Congenital disorders
  • Neuromuscular care
  • Amputee care

Furthermore, unlike other long-term care homes, our community is designed for people of all ages, rather than just the elderly. To learn more about our care services, contact CLHF Homes today.

The CLHF Homes Difference

At CLHF Homes, our care homes truly have a home-like feel. Rather than feeling like they’re living in a hospital environment, they can feel like they’re living at home. With this home-like, personal environment, your loved one can recover more comfortably. In fact, we’ve even had birthday parties for patients in one of our large backyards, which wouldn’t be possible in an ICU or hospital setting. However, at the same time, your loved one is also getting a high level of care. For instance, we’re proud to offer specialized respiratory care services, which can assist residents with respiratory or pulmonary conditions.

In addition to the environment we offer, we also have a range of experienced staff members available at the home at all times, including licensed nurses. Each of our nurses is certified in ventilator and tracheostomy. They each also receive ongoing sub-acute training throughout their tenure at CLHF Homes.

CLHF Homes Long Term Care Services

In some situations, moving to one of our lovely care homes is not possible. In such cases, we’re proud to offer in-home care. With the help of this service, one of our staff members will come to your home and administer the same level of care that your loved one would receive in our care homes.

Contact CLHF Homes

At CLHF Homes, our team offers several long-term care services for traumatic brain injuries and other conditions. Our services include:

To learn about your loved one’s care options, contact CLHF Homes at 818.350.1169 today.

What is a CLHF?

The definition of a CLHF by CDPH:
Congregate Living Health Facilities (CLHFs) are defined in H&S Code, Section 1250(i) :
  1. as a residential home with a capacity of no more than six beds, which provides inpatient care, including the following basic services: medical supervision, 24-hour skilled nursing and supportive care, pharmacy, dietary, social recreational, and at least one type of service specified in paragraph.
  2. The primary need of CLHF residents shall be for availability of skilled nursing care on a recurring, intermittent, extended, or continuous basis. The care is generally less intense than that provided in general acute care hospitals but more intense than that provided in skilled nursing facilities.
    • a facility not operated by a city and county serving persons who are terminally ill, persons who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening  illness, or both, which is located in a county with a population of 500,000 or more; may have not more than 25 beds, for the purpose of serving terminally ill persons.
    • a facility not operated by a city and count serving persons who are      catastrophically and severely disabled which is located in a county of 500,000 or more; may not have more than 18 beds.
  3. Congregate living health facilities provide one of the following services:
    • CLHF (A)- – -Services to persons who are mentally alert, physically disabled, who may be ventilator dependent,
    • CLHF (B)- – -Services for persons who have a diagnosis of a terminal illness, a diagnosis of a life- threatening illness, or both. Terminal illness means the individual has a life expectancy of six months or less as stated in writing by his/her attending physician and surgeon. A “life- threatening illness” means the individual has an illness that can lead to a possibility of a termination of life within five years or less as stated in writing by his or her attending physician and surgeon.
    • CLHF (C)- – -Services for persons who are catastrophically and severely disabled. A catastrophically and severely disabled person means a person whose origin of disability was acquired through trauma or non-degenerative neurologic illness, for whom it has been determined that active rehabilitation would be beneficial and for whom these services would be provided. Services offered by a CLHF to a catastrophically disabled person shall include, but not be limited to, speech, physical, and occupational therapy. CLHF standards are found in H&S Code, Section 1267.13. In addition to these standards, CLHFs are required to conform to CCR, Title 22, skilled nursing regulations, except for those sections or portions of sections specified in H&S Code, Section 1267.13(n). (These requirements in subsection 1267.13(n) are so specific to skilled nursing facilities, CLHFs were exempted from compliance with these sections.)