Level 1: Low Level of Care.
Residents requiring occasional supervision, assistance, support, setup, or reminders with some, but not all, activities of daily living and assistance with taking medication or coordinating access to necessary medication and treatment. These residents may have occasional behaviors, psychological, or psychiatric episodes that are likely to disrupt or harm the resident or others; and may occasionally need assistance in accessing social and recreational services.
Level 2: Moderate Level of Care.
Residents requiring substantial support with some, but not all, activities of daily living, or minimal support with any number of activities of daily living, including assistance with taking medication, or to be administered necessary medication and treatment, including monitoring the effects of the medication and treatment by staff. These residents may require intervention to manage frequent behaviors, psychological, or psychiatric episodes which are likely to disrupt or harm the resident or others and may require limited skilled interpretation, or prompt intervention or support, as well as ongoing assistance in accessing social and recreational services.
Level 3: High Level of Care.
Residents requiring access to, and coordination of, comprehensive health services and interventions, including nursing overview as needed, to compensate for any number of activities of daily living deficits; assistance with taking medication, and staff administration of necessary medication and treatment, including monitoring or arranging for monitoring of the effects of complex medication and treatment regimens; ongoing therapeutic intervention or intensive supervision to manage chronic behaviors, including a variety of psychological or psychiatric episodes involving active symptoms, condition changes, or significant risks which are likely to disrupt or harm the resident or others and may require skilled interpretation or immediate interventions; and access to comprehensive social and recreational services.
Level 3+: For Specific Patients.
The Level of Care 3+ waiver means that the patient requires a higher level of care than the facility is currently licensed to provide. If the facility can provide this level of care without harm to that patient or other patients, they apply to OHCQ to be granted authority to provide the higher level of care.
We are happy to assist,
you can contact us at:
2913 Greenway Drive
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Phone: (443) 812-5415 or
Fax: (410) 696-2844
Or use our contact form.
We invite you to visit Greenway Manor anytime. We encourage families and friends to visit our residents. You may also arrange for a tour from the owner any weekday or weekend.