50-5-225. Assisted living facilities -- services to residents. (1) An assisted living facility shall, at a minimum, provide or make provisions for:
(a) personal services, such as laundry, housekeeping, food service, and local transportation;
(b) assistance with activities of daily living, as provided for in the facility admission agreement and that do not require the use of a licensed health care professional or a licensed practical nurse;
(c) recreational activities;
(d) assistance with self-medication;
(e) 24-hour onsite supervision by staff; and
(f) assistance in arranging health-related services, such as medical appointments and appointments related to hearing aids, glasses, or dentures.
(2) An assisted living facility may provide, make provisions for, or allow a resident to obtain third-party provider services for:
(a) the administration of medications consistent with applicable laws and regulations; and
(b) skilled nursing care or other skilled services related to temporary, short-term, acute illnesses, which may not exceed 30 consecutive days for one episode or more than a total of 120 days in 1 year.