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Veteran Homes


Veteran homes provide care for Veterans who are limited by age or illness and who don't need hospitalization or skilled nursing services due to an acute health concern. They are typically used when home care is not appropriate or available. 

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  • Adult Family Homes (also called Adult Foster Homes) are places where Veterans can live in a rented room.They are private homes where a few residents (6 or less) rent rooms. The homes have shared common spaces and Veterans might share a bedroom and bathroom with another person.

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  • Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that a site in Virginia Beach has been selected for a planned 120-bed Hampton Roads veterans care center. The new veterans care center will be a state-of-the-art facility providing skilled nursing care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, as well as short-term rehabilitative care.

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  • Governor Terry McAuliffeannounced that a site in Fauquier County has been selected for a planned 120-bed veterans care center. It will be named the Puller Veteran Care Center.

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  • Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a collaborative, patient-directed decision making process that helps Veterans, together with their family caregivers and health care team, set goals and priorities, and make choices that meet patient needs while honoring patient values and preferences.

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  • State Veterans Homes are facilities that provide nursing home, domiciliary or adult day care. They are owned, operated and managed by state governments. They date back to the post Civil War era when many states created them to provide shelter to homeless and disabled Veterans.

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