Ohio Assisted Living
In Ohio, communities that provide assisted living services are known as both assisted living facilities and residential care facilities. Both facilities care for three or more seniors who are dependent on the support of others and offer personal care services, supervision of special diets, wound care and administration of medications as needed.
In Ohio, there are 390 Assisted Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Assisted Living in Ohio is $3,920 per month.
Ohio Assisted Living Facilities by RegionBack to top
Other Areas in OhioAkron, Ashland, Ashtabula, Bellefontaine, Bucyrus, Cambridge, Canton, Celina, Chillicothe, Dayton, Defiance, Salem, Findlay, Fremont, Greenville, Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Mount Vernon, Marietta, Gallipolis, Portsmouth, Sandusky, Springfield, Steubenville, Tiffin, Toledo, Urbana, Van Wert, Wapakoneta, Washington Court House, Wilmington, Wooster, Youngstown, Zanesville
Map of Ohio Assisted Living FacilitiesBack to top
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Cost of Assisted Living in OhioBack to top
The average cost of Assisted Living in Ohio is $3,920. Assisted Living costs range from $1,980 to $7,770 depending on location and other factors.
Assisted living in Ohio is paid for privately, either by individuals in combination with their families, or in some cases, by long-term care insurance policies. The Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver will cover the cost of services received in an assisted living facility for qualified low-income individuals, but does not pay for room and board.
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Overview of Ohio Assisted LivingBack to top The landscape of The Buckeye State is varied, with the coastal feel of Lake Eerie, pastoral rivers and the stunning Hocking Hills region at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains. With a number of museums, cultural venues, amenities and services easily available, seniors who choose assisted living in Ohio will love the perfect balance of a big-city lifestyle with the quaint, homey feeling of a small town.
Assisted Living in Ohio DefinedBack to top In Ohio, an “assisted living facility” and “residential care facility” are considered the same thing. The Ohio Department of Health defines residential care facilities as homes that provide accommodations for:
- “Seventeen or more unrelated individuals, and supervision and personal care services for at least three or more of those individuals who are dependent on the services of others by reason of age or physical or mental impairment,” or
- “Three or more unrelated individuals, supervision and personal care services for at least three of those individuals who are dependent on the services of others by reason of age or physical or mental impairment, and, to at least one of those individuals supervision of special diets or application of dressings, or provide for the administering medication to residents, to the extent authorized.”