In old censuses the hotels and state hospitals and other large institutions were indexed as one "family" are we supposed to index each person separately now? This is not in any instructions I could find, though I may have missed it. Thanks.
Does this information from the FAQs help you? https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/reviewing-institutions-and-hospitals
@ ME Doran What is the hotel or institution is two or more pages?
@Tamara Stevenson, if it is continued from a page, go ahead and review as you know that it is in the same institution. If it continues on to the next page and it gives you the option to review it, then keep going, making sure it is still the institution.
I know that the instructions say to treat these as a single household, but I looked up the Richmond State Hospital in Wayne County, Indiana and it is 65 images long. Not people, images. So how would that be handled? Each image a household? One gigantic household of all 65 pages? It can't be reviewed in an hour. Could one person get all of those images and just review away until the end? I noticed family review does not let you go to a previous page, unless the name is the same.
@DSereduick, thank you for your comment. We know that it can be many pages in these types of households. When we can tell it is of the same household by other information on the page, then just do as much as you can. What you have done will be saved and other reviewers will pick up where you have left off and it will keep going as such. We don't need to worry about going to the previous page. I hope that this has answered your question and concerns.