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An assisted living facility in the state of Hawaii is defined as a building complex offering housing and services to allow individuals to maintain an independent assisted living quality of life. In addition to housing, these facilities must provide 3 meals a day with snacks, and modified diets as deemed by a dietician. 

Laundry services, social activities, household services, and 24-hour direct care are all required. Assistance with all daily living activities including eating, dressing, grooming, toileting, and personal hygiene must be offered. Health monitoring and nursing care appropriate to the needs of the residents shall also be given. Transportation to or access to medical and social appointments, beauty care services, social work services, services for residents with behavioral issues, and recreational opportunities must be provided or arranged. Residents also need access to a personal fund account, showing deposits and withdrawals. 

Each facility is required to have private apartment units with a minimum of 220 sq. ft. Every unit shall contain a bathroom (not counted in sq. ft), refrigerator, and cooking access including a sink. Residents are to each have their own bathroom, sink, and shower. There are no specifications for the number of residents allowed per room.

Although there are no staffing ratios in place, there must be an administrator responsible for training all employees on services and principles of assisted living. All staff are required to be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first-aid.

The beautiful “Big Island” of Hawaii, located in the Pacific Ocean, is home to just over 1.4 million people and officially 137 islands. With its amazing weather and scenic views, an estimated 18% of Hawaii’s population is 65 and over. This state ranks #7 in the U.S for the percentage of elderly citizens. 

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