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Source: Assisted living and residential care units per 1,000 people age 65+: Number of assisted living and residential care units per population age 65 or older. AARP Public Policy Institute analysis of assisted living and residential care unit data the AARP Public Policy Institute Assisted Living and Residential Care Survey (AARP PPI, 2013a), and U.S. Census Bureau 2012 population estimates (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012). Data are not available for Connecticut because the state licenses Assisted Living Service Agencies (ALSAs) rather than facilities and the number of units covered by ALSAs are not reported. 

Notes: These data come from file "V:\OED\Pol&Strat\PPI\PPI\Health Data for Datacenter\Data\LTSS\Assisted Living and Residential Care Supply_2010_2013_1 25 16" sheet "

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