|FIGURE 6. Provision of Selected Services, by Facility Size: United States, 2010|
|SOURCE: CDC/NCHS, National Survey of Residential Care Facilities, 2010.
NOTE: Figure excludes cases with missing data; see “Data sources and methods” for details.
Nearly all RCFs provided basic health monitoring (96%), incontinence care (93%), social and recreational activities within the facility (99%), special diets (93%), and personal laundry services (99%) (data not shown).
The provision of occupational and physical therapy increased with size of facility, while the provision of skilled nursing services did not vary by facility size (Figure 6).
Small RCFs were less likely to provide social services counseling (24%) and case management (51%) than larger RCFs. Medium RCFs were also less likely to provide case management (57%) than larger RCFs.
Extra large RCFs were most likely (91%) and medium RCFs were least likely (73%) to offer transportation to medical or dental appointments.