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A Day in the Life of Assisted Living
What families are saying about our assisted living care
This is honestly one of the best homes I visit weekly. Always greeted with smiles and happiness. Home is always clean and comfortable. Residents are happy and occupied. Great comfort home by far.
This home is by far the best community home I have had the pleasure of working in. Laura is the captain of the ship and she runs the home to perfection. Laura really cares about all of the residents health and happiness and it shows. I see nothing smiling faces at this house. I highly recommend this facility to anyone needing a community home.
Terry E. Mills
This is a wonderful GH environment. Pt's are well cared for, Needs are met, I would recommend this home.
Assisted Living Frequently Asked Questions
What is assisted living?
Assisted living businesses take care of people who need more care than they or their family members can provide in a building with other residents. The building can be smaller such as a residential group home to a large facility with hundreds of apartments. The residents receive 24/7 care, meals, laundry, medication management and assistance with other activities of daily living. Assisted living can often offer a more affordable option than having a full-time caregiver in the person’s home.
What age do most people go into assisted living?
People of any age that need a significant amount of care can go into assisted living. Most frequently assisted living residents are over age 65 and may be over 100 years old. The residents will likely have one or more medical conditions that require more care they or their family can provide at home. Most residents are about 75-95 years old.
What do most assisted living facilities provide?
Assisted living facilities vary in the type and quantity of their services. However, most assisted living facilities will provide at least 24/7 care for the residents, all meals, hygiene, laundry, medication management, and some form of activities. Many assisted living facilities will also have medical professionals on staff or on contract with the business.
Does Medicare pay for assisted living in Arizona?
In general Medicare does not pay for assisted living anywhere in the US. Medicare may pay for certain medical procedures for assisted living residents that may include some of the recovery period in the assisted living home. There are certain other programs available to pay for assisted living in Arizona such as long-term-care insurance, Veterans Aid and Attendance benefits, and the Arizona Long-Term Care Services (Arizona Medicaid).