Redding Assisted Living
There are 18 Assisted Living Facilities in Redding, CA and 1 Assisted Living Facility nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Redding, CA is $3,250 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
Majestic Rim Retirement Living is a stunningly beautiful and intimate 55+ community with 50 luxurious private apartments in the most picturesque of settings.
Set below the Cascade Mountains in the Sacramento Valley not far from the shores of Lake Shasta, Sundial Assisted Living is a vibrant assisted living community for seniors.
Two Redding families with combined industry experience of over 46 years, have come together to operate Serenity Gardens Assisted Living and Memory ...
A Touch of Home Assisted Living is perfect-sized community because we are large enough so residents can live surrounded by friends while small enough to still feel like a home.
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Redding Assisted Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in Redding for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Redding Assisted Living Facilities
|Sundial Assisted Living||$4,495/month|
|A Touch Of Heaven Assisted Living||$2,300/month|
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Reviews of Redding Assisted Living Facilities
Sundial Assisted Living appeared to be pretty good. There were activities going on while I was there. Everything was nice and modern.Read more Sundial Assisted Living reviews
Sundial Assisted Living was very nice, but it's an older place. It's very small and not very social. They don't have a lot of activities. The staff was friendly.Read more Sundial Assisted Living reviews
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The first of the original 13 colonies to declare its independence from British rule on May 4, 1776, The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (better known simply as Rhode Island) is the smallest state in the nation by area measuring only 1,045 square miles.With more than one million people calling the state home, residents of assisted living in Rhode Island enjoy all the amenities and services of a major urban area. Yet the Ocean State boasts many scenic beaches along the coastline of Narragansett Bay, which reaches from the Atlantic Ocean into the Port of Providence, offering residents a taste of laidback coastal living.
Assisted Living in Rhode Island DefinedRhode Island defines an assisted living residence as any facility that provides lodging, meals and personal assistance to two or more adults. Personal assistance includes one or more of the following services:
- Helping residents with activities of daily living such as bathing, eating, dressing, toileting and mobility
- Medication management or administration of medication by licensed healthcare staff
- Arrangement of health and supportive services
- Monitoring residents’ health and safety
Regulation of Assisted Living in Rhode IslandCommunities providing assisted living in Rhode Island must be licensed by the state Department of Health and have at least one staff member on site and awake 24 hours a day. All assisted living employees must pass a criminal background check and workers who have regular contact with residents must also complete at least 10 hours of training in the following areas:
- Medical emergency procedures
- Aging-related behavior
- Personal assistance
- Assistance with medications
- Resident safety
Cost of Assisted Living in Rhode IslandAssisted living costs vary depending on factors such as size and location of facility as well as the amount of services and amenities provided. The average cost of a private, one-bedroom residence at a community of assisted living in Rhode Island is $4,213 per month or $50,550 per year.
Here is a list of the average monthly rates* broken down by city for a one-bedroom, single-occupancy apartment in a Rhode Island assisted living facility:
|City||Minimum Cost||Maximum Cost|
|Rhode Island – Whole State||$1,157||$5,000|
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
Most seniors pay for assisted living using private funds or long-term care insurance. Medicare and most private health insurance plans do not cover the costs of assisted living. However, some public assistance is available to seniors with low incomes through the SSI Enhanced Living Program.
The program is run by both state and federal agencies for Rhode Island residents age 65 or older who are in need of assisted living services. The SSI Enhanced benefit offers increased SSI payments than can be used to cover the cost of room and board at an assisted living facility.
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Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.Back to Top