Spaces that are accessible through the site directly are licensed by the Government of Alberta and provide accommodation with a range of amenities and services depending on the site.
Examples include seniors lodges and supportive living.
These types of spaces are accessed directly through the site by contacting the operators.
In these sites, accommodation charges are set by the operator and vary from site to site.
Home Care can be provided in any supportive living site if a resident requires health and personal care services. Home Care services are determined by AHS or by care operators who are contracted by AHS to provide care with oversight from AHS.
Supportive living operators may also offer health and personal care services for a fee. Please note that AHS does not provide oversight for services obtained directly from a site.
Spaces accessed through an AHS Case Manager include designated supportive living and long term care.
Access is determined by AHS based on an individual's assessment. Care is provided by AHS or by care operators who are contracted with AHS to provide care with oversight from AHS.
The health and personal care services provided at these sites are paid by AHS, and residents are responsible for paying the accommodation charge.