Trusted Care for Seniors
An assisted living facility offers long-term care for seniors who need help with the basic responsibilities and care of their personal well-being. This can include such things as providing assistance with medication management, dressing, bathing, transportation, and meals.
Assisted living communities can provide basic medical monitoring as well as daily activities and care. Activities of daily living include dressing, eating, mobility, hygiene, bathing, and shopping.
Here are some of the basic services offered in assisted living:
Assisted living costs can vary depending on the following factors:
Many communities charge a basic rate that covers all services. Some additional fee for special services may apply. Most assisted-living communities charge a month-to-month rate, but there are also long-term options available.
Typically, base rates only cover room and board and daily meals. However, all communities may vary so it’s important to ask about individual costs and services.