Nursing home transition programs are viewed as one strategy to help reduce the high levels of Medicaid spending associated with nursing home care.
GECAC helps nearly 60 seniors per year to move out of long-term care facilities into their own home or apartment. This provides cost savings and holistic support through a physical and stressful transition.
Nursing Home Transition is the process of assisting individuals 60 years of age and older to move from a nursing home back to the community. This transition begins with identifying nursing facility residents who wish to return to the community. The program supports seniors by coordinating services associated with assisting them to remain in the community.
If you or a loved one is interested in returning to the community from a nursing facility, you may initiate the nursing home transition process by either: