Draw Residents By Checking Off Their Wish Lists
You know that your residential care facility is a great place to live, but you need to show potential residents that. To help facility owners draw residents to their RCFE, here is a guide to what residents look for in an RCFE.
- Resident Happiness: The first thing most potential residents will evaluate is the happiness of your existing residents. If they can clearly see that the residents you have are getting the care they need, they will be more confident in your ability to care for them.
- Staff Qualification: When potential residents meet your staff, they want to feel that they are competent and caring. If your staff members seem stressed or underqualified, that could drive interested people away.
- Cleanliness & Hominess: Your facility should be both thoroughly cleaned and feel inviting to residents. Make sure your landscaping is well cared for, your housekeeping is thorough, and rooms are set up to be comfortable and easy to navigate to draw as many residents as possible.
- Social Dynamic: Some residents will prefer a cozy facility with a calm pace of life, while others will prefer a little hustle and bustle. All you can do is make sure potential residents who visit leave with a clear idea of your facility’s social dynamic to ensure your future residents will be happy at your RCFE.
Another thing residents will look for is your compliance with regulation. To show that you are in alignment with state requirements for CA RCFE general liability insurance, contact InsureMyRCFE. As former RCFE owners, we know the exact California RCFE insurance you need to protect your facility and draw new residents to you. Call us today!