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What is Assisted Living?

Residents in Assisted living have as much independence as they want with the knowledge that personal care and support services are available if they need them. Assisted living communities are designed to provide residents with assistance with basic activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and medication assistance and/or reminders.

Assisted living residents are usually seniors who have had a slight decline in health in some way and need assistance performing one or more activities of daily living. Assisted living provides a social environment with little responsibilities and a place where care is easily accessible whenever the senior may need it.

Typically, all assisted living communities offer their residents prepared meals three times a day and weekly housekeeping and laundry. Depending on the community, residents may have access to a fitness center, swimming pool, beauty salon, and transportation to doctor’s appointments. Communities will also plan events, activities and trips that residents can participate in.

Prices for Assisted living vary from place to place depending on market rates and location. Most communities charge for “level of care” depending on how much care is needed for the resident. In other words, most communities charge a base rent plus a level of care and may add any ancillary charges that occur during the month. Most communities are “private pay”, which means all charges would come out of pocket for the resident. However, communities may also accept VA benefits, long term care policies, and state Medicaid waiver programs.

How we approach Assisted Living

Residents in Assisted living have as much independence as they want with the knowledge that personal care and support services are available if they need them. Assisted living communities are designed to provide residents with assistance with basic activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and medication assistance and/or reminders.

Assisted living residents are usually seniors who have had a slight decline in health in some way and need assistance performing one or more activities of daily living. Assisted living provides a social environment with little responsibilities and a place where care is easily accessible whenever the senior may need it.

Typically, all assisted living communities offer their residents prepared meals three times a day and weekly housekeeping and laundry. Depending on the community, residents may have access to a fitness center, swimming pool, beauty salon, and transportation to doctor’s appointments. Communities will also plan events, activities and trips that residents can participate in.

Prices for Assisted living vary from place to place depending on market rates and location. Most communities charge for “level of care” depending on how much care is needed for the resident. In other words, most communities charge a base rent plus a level of care and may add any ancillary charges that occur during the month. Most communities are “private pay”, which means all charges would come out of pocket for the resident. However, communities may also accept VA benefits, long term care policies, and state Medicaid waiver programs.

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