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In 2016, Prevalence Of Alzheimer’s & Depression Higher In Residential Care Communities With 25 Or Fewer Beds Than In Larger Communities

In 2016, small residential care communities (RCCs) with 4 to 25 beds had a higher prevalence of residents with Alzheimer’s disease and/or with depression than larger RCCs. About 51% of residents of small RCCs had a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, compared to 41.5% of residents of larger RCCs. About 37% of residents of small RCCs had a diagnosis of depression compared to 30.5% of residents of larger RCCs.
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