5 Mistakes to Avoid in Choosing an Assisted Living Community When it is time for families and seniors to select an assisted living community, it’s a significant and life changing decision. You want to get it right the first time. It can be such an overwhelming decision that many families come down with “analysis paralysis”.
NEW 144G Assisted Living Licensure Background In May of 2019, the state legislature passed the new assisted living licensure which is effective August 1, 2021. This legislation removes the previous Housing with Services Registration 144A. 144G puts in place more standards to keep our elders safe. There are approximately 60,000 seniors residing in 1800 assisted
Assisted Living on Sale In over ten years of business, we have never seen the incentives and promotions we are seeing now in assisted living and senior living apartments. Not all options are offering discounts but many are. Incentive examples: • Community fee waived (a $2000 value on average) or greatly reduced. • Money towards
At this time of year, we are in the giving season. Many of our gifts may have already been purchased with the Black Friday deals but if you are still needing ideas for that loved one that is aging here are a few: Pay for Things They Need: Gift certificates for the hair salon Podiatrist
When money is not a concern for paying for assisted living or long-term care, there are many choices available for Twin Cities residents. Because most of the new senior housing programs do not work with Medicaid, residents will have to pay out of private funds for senior living. There are fewer choices when you have
The average costs of a one bedroom assisted living apartment in the Twin Cities is about $3600 yet cost can vary widely, as do the amenities and apartment sizes and features. When considering a place for mom or dad cost is often a first consideration even though it typically isn’t what drives the decision. There