Delaware Nursing Homes

Autumn trees are reflected in the calm water of a DE (Delaware) pond The average cost of Nursing Homes in Delaware is $300 per day. In Delaware there are 46 Nursing Homes. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Cost of Nursing Homes in Delaware

The average cost of Nursing Homes in Delaware is $300. Nursing Homes costs range from $225 to $326 depending on location and other factors.

It is important that you carefully read the nursing home contract and take note of any additional charges that may apply outside of the standard daily rate.

City Minimum Maximum Median
Dover$232$296$267
Source: Genworth - 2013

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If you or a family member is reaching the age where a nursing home in Delaware may become an option, there are several excellent options available in the state of Delaware. As the first state to ratify the United States Constitution, Delaware is packed with history and historical sites from the founding of the country. The state is bordered by Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey, making out of state excursions very easy. Seniors who prefer a change in the seasons will appreciate the climate changes in Delaware. Safety of the residents of Delaware nursing homes is of the utmost importance and due to the small population rate; the state has significantly less crime than the majority of other states.

There is a vast array of activities available, many of which are geared towards the elderly residents of the state. Some of the attractions include beautiful beaches and golf courses, casinos and excellent restaurants. For a little extra excitement seniors can watch a Blue Rocks baseball team game, enjoy the Dover Downs Racetrack or visit a host of shopping malls and senior centers. Residents of Delaware nursing homes find the atmosphere to be slower and more relaxed that a larger, more populated state.

Delaware is well equipped with several excellent hospitals and medical centers including the Beebe Medical Center which has expanded its specialties to include cardiology and the Bayhealth Medical Center which is an affiliate of Penn Medicine for Heart and Vascular, cancer and orthopedics. Also in Delaware is the Wilmington VA Medical Center, which is a teaching hospital that provides a full range of services.

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Delaware Nursing HomesIn Delaware, Nursing homes are known as nursing facilities. They provide many services to residents and are characterized by having resident beds, 24-hour nursing services and health treatments for people not in hospital care. Nursing homes offer a level of service you cannot receive in an assisted living facility. At a nursing home, residents will have access to full time nurses while still being able to come and go on their own schedule.

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Nursing homes and other nursing facilities in the state of Delaware undergo a thorough inspection and a strict licensing process before receiving a license to operate the facility. Nursing homes are required to undergo and pass an annual inspection. The inspections consist of examining patient records, patient interviews, faculty observation and complete inspection of the facility for cleanliness, damages and safety of the residents. Inspections are available for public viewing, so if requested, the nursing home must provide a report of all inspections and the results of the inspection.