Assisted Living

Assisted Living is a community that provides help with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meals, using the restroom, taking medication and getting to appointments as needed.  Residents often live in their own room or apartment within a building or group of buildings and have some or all of their meals together.   Some assisted living facilities may offer health services on site or employee an RN, LVN or CNA that can assist with care.  But please note that they do not offer skilled nursing care and are limited on what the nurse on staff will do to assist the resident.  This type of living is very social and usually has lots of activities provided.  Cost of this type of living can vary widely depending on the size of the living areas, services provided, type of care needed and where the building and the rooms are located.  Resident’s coordinators or activity directors usually schedule activities on and off site depending on the ability of the resident. 

 

Often services and activities provided on site may include:

 

  • Religious Services and Bible Study

  • Birthday Parties and Private Family Events

  • Banking and Small On Site Store

  • Salon and Fitness Centers

  • Library and Computer Rooms

  • Crafts, Gardening and at times Wood Shop

  • Wellness Appointments, Visiting Doctors and Nurse

  • At times Nurse on Staff

  • Up to 3 meals a day

  • Snacks and drinks available 24/7

  • Local Transportation

  • Weekly Housekeeping and Linen Services

  • Care as needed

 

Payment Source:   Private Pay, LTC Insurance, Veterans Benefits

Cost:  $1050 - $10,000 a month

Average Cost: $3500

 

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