Rome Assisted Living

There are 1 Assisted Living Facility in Rome, NY and 3 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Rome, NY is $3,375 per month.

Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

  • Wynwood of Manlius

    Wynwood of Manlius

    Wynwood of Manlius is a premiere provider of personalized assistive living options, services and amenities in the state of New York.

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    Manlius, NY 13104-2459 Distance: 30.2 mi
    Assisted Living, Respite Care
  • Emeritus at East Side Manor

    Emeritus at East Side Manor

    Within a short distance to I-481, Green Lakes State Park and a bird sanctuary, Emeritus at East Side Manor combines convenience with quality senior care just southeast of Syracuse.

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    Fayetteville, NY 13066 Distance: 31.6 mi
    Assisted Living, Respite Care
  • Emeritus at West Side Manor

    Emeritus at West Side Manor

    Near Onondaga Lake, Emeritus at West Side Manor in Liverpool provides assisted living care in a comfortable, homey community that features spacious suites and delicious meals.

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    Liverpool, NY 13090 Distance: 39.7 mi
    Assisted Living, Respite Care

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Rome, NY Assisted Living Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Rome is $3,375 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $1,600 to $4,990 depending on location and other factors.

Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Rome, NY

City Minimum Cost Maximum Cost Median Cost
Rochester, NY$2,100$6,495$3,433
Springfield, MA$3,000$6,750$4,075
Syracuse, NY$2,000$6,715$3,534
Bridgeport, CT$2,600$8,910$6,840
New Haven, CT$1,700$7,175$5,100
Hartford, CT$2,402$7,800$5,000
Stamford, CT$2,600$8,910$6,840
Albany, NY$3,000$6,500$4,350
Norwalk, CT$2,600$8,910$6,840
Scranton, PA$1,400$4,450$2,800
Source: Genworth - 2013

Cost of Assisted Living in New York

Assisted living care is often paid for privately by the resident, or by his or her family. However, costs can also be covered by a long-term care insurance plan or in some cases by Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Medicaid and Medicare will not cover assisted living costs in New York, but may be used to pay for other/additional medical services.

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