Assisted Living

Assisted living simply means living with some assistance. An assisted living community is intended to support older people who need help with activities of daily living like dressing, cooking meals, bathing, cleaning, laundry, taking medication, transportation, etc.

Assisted living facilities are different from skilled nursing homes as they do not provide constant care. If you or your loved one has mobility-related issues and needs some help with everyday tasks (but does not require advanced medical care), it might be time to move them to assisted living. An assisted living facility is for seniors who want to retain their independence in a home-like setting and remain socially active.

Assisted Living

Cost of Assisted Living

Cost of living in an assisted community depends upon the region you live in, and the level of care you need. Medicare and other federal programs do not cover assisted living cost. However, you can use long-term care insurance or personal funds to pay for it.

Facilities at Assisted Living Homes

Our assisted living homes provide the following facilities:

  • Private apartments equipped with call-buttons/emergency alert systems.
  • Assistance with everyday tasks like showering, dressing, etc.
  • Our staff takes care of daily chores like cleaning, housekeeping, laundry, etc.
  • Residents receive three nutritious meals a day and delicious snacks throughout the day.
  • Ambulance, Escort, Transportation, and Apartment Maintenance services are provided.
  • There are social and recreational activities like wellness programs, outings, etc.

Our senior assisted living homes always have well-trained staff around to monitor the health of residents and provide medication support. At Odomcare, we give genuine, respectful, and compassionate care. To discuss your assisted living needs or for more information, Call us on 1-888-504-ODOM (6366) or Book an Appointment for a FREE consultation today!