Has your parent recently been hospitalized and needs a place to recover? Do they seem lonely and withdrawn living on their own? Have you noticed your parent’s physical or mental health is declining, and they are not safe living alone? These are often the first signs it may be time to look into long-term care for your loved one.
The beginning of this process may be overwhelming. But if we break it down into parts, you can tackle each aspect and better educate yourself quickly to find the best solution for your parent. Let’s start with the financial considerations when looking for senior care.
Your family may need to have the tough conversation of how to pay for the expense of senior care. The expense can be challenging for some families on a fixed income or who have not planned for future care. There are options to overcome financial hurdles and to get to a happy ending. Let us help you find the information you need to make the best choice for your family.
- Independent Living – Range in price from $3100-$3300 per month for a private Independent Living Suite.
- Independent Living– Level 1 Care- Range in price from $4200 – $4400 with level 1 care.
- Assisted Living – Level 2 through Level 5 Care- Range in price from $5300-$8850 depending on level of care needed and room choice.
- Memory Care – Level 4 and 5 Care – Range in price from $7100 – $8850 based on care needs.