Examples of ancillary services assimilated to rental supply (under Issue No. 2)
Examples of ancillary property and services include: meals, a laundry service for bed linens and towels; housekeeping services; entertainment and activities for the benefit of all residents including religious services, gardening, musical programs, exercise classes, bingo and shuffleboard; use of a recreation area and lounge rooms; a library at the facility; or any of the following services provided on a 24-hour per day basis: general building security, medic alert system monitoring, building patrol, security camera monitoring, telephone and door reception and responding to general emergencies.
...[A]n operator may provide, together with long-term occupancy of a room, daily services of administering medication and weekly assistance with bathing individuals staying at the facility. These services would not, on their own, be sufficient to alter the characterization of the supply as that of a residential unit.
However, some residential care facilities, such as nursing homes or extended care facilities, provide significant nursing and personal care services to individuals on a regular basis. These services may be essential to the overall supply made by the operator and may alter the fundamental nature of the supply. ...