Search our directory of Vermont residential care homes and assisted living residences for citations and complaints reported between 2014 and 2019.
In Vermont, 133 state-regulated residential care homes and assisted living residences care for seniors. Inspectors with Vermont’s Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) visit them once every two years, or more frequently when complaints are filed. Inspectors cite homes for violations including paperwork problems, cleanliness, medication management, and failure to protect a resident from abuse or neglect.
DAIL posts many of the inspections on its website. We’ve digitized all 794 inspections conducted between January 1, 2014, and September 30, 2019, and made the data available in a public database. Search for a facility or town, or filter by county or residence type, to find out more about each facility. You’ll also find the number of complaints per facility — and whether the state considered them founded.
Five facilities that operated since 2014 have closed; their data is also included.
In addition, 40 federally regulated nursing homes operate in Vermont, but they are not included here. To look up data on nursing homes, visit Nursing Home Compare.
Note: Most, but not all, residential care facilities serve elder populations; some primarily or additionally serve people with disabilities.
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