Senior Living Apartments
What are the amenities of senior living apartments?
Senior living apartments offer amenities that can include a dining room with prepared meals, a common room with televisions, games, and activities, laundry facilities or services, transportation services, gyms or fitness activities, cable and internet services, housekeeping services, individually controlled temperature, and may also include such amenities as prescription drug delivery, recreational trips, and emergency staff on-call.
Who usually lives in senior living apartments?
Senior living apartments are meant for people who want to downsize their home to something more manageable, people who have lost a spouse or partner, people who have divorced, people who want to live closer to their adult children, people seeking senior interaction and friendships, people who want to travel without needing outside assistance to care for their home, people who are 55 or older, and more. People who are handicapped may be eligible for senior living apartments even if they are younger than 55.
What does it cost to live in senior living apartments?
The cost varies depending on the location, size, and the amenities offered, but ranges from $1200 to over $6500 per month. The cost is usually out-of-pocket unless you qualify for low-income housing assistance.