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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,168 a month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on x assisted living facilities in Boulder City and x in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Boulder City, NV
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I toured lakeview Terrace. It was very clean, very upscale, and it didn't feel like a nursing home. The people at the front desk were very friendly, and the lady I met was very nice, and very informative. They were doing exercise classes in an event room, and they have a separate cafeteria. I thought the price was very...Read more Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City reviews
My mother is in the memory care unit of Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City. The staff members are very good with taking care of her, have a lot of understanding, and I can't say how wonderful they are. My mom lost her dentures, and while waiting for new ones, they helped her with getting smaller food for her to eat so sh...Read more Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City reviews
Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City was a bad fit for me. It's small, did not have the outside grounds, and trying to get anywhere was a real pain. Transportation was limited, and I was one of the youngest people there, so I didn't feel nearly as comfortable. The apartment was OK, but assisted living was a wrong choice fo...Read more Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City reviews
The average monthly price for assisted living in Boulder City is about $300 lower than the state median of $3,500 and more than $800 below the national average of $4,000. Local seniors also pay substantially less than their counterparts in other Nevada communities such as Reno ($4,000) and Carson City ($4,500). The rate in nearby St. George, Utah, is on par with the Nevada state average and also over $300 more expensive than the monthly cost in Boulder City.
Note: Cost data for senior care in Boulder City wasn’t available, so data for the Las Vegas metropolitan area was used instead.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
Senior care costs are affected by factors beyond geographic location. The type of care, setting and included services all play a role in the cost of care options in Boulder City and other communities across the country. Nursing homes that provide around-the-clock skilled care charge more than double the rate of assisted living facilities, even though both options offer accommodations and meals.
Homemaker and home health aide services in a senior’s private home are about $800 to $1,000 more expensive than assisted living. The true price difference ends up much higher when the value of food and housing is factored in. Rates for in-home senior care strictly cover hours of service provided, so food and household operating costs are extra expenses. These expenses are typically covered by assisted living room and board.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Medicaid is the government-run national medical insurance program that provides low-cost or free health care services to eligible Americans with limited income and resources. The jointly funded program is regulated at the federal level and administered by each state.
The Nevada Medicaid program provides coverage for over half a million state residents, including families with dependent children, pregnant women, disabled and blind adults and the elderly. Those who qualify receive a wide range of health care benefits, including:
Qualifying for Nevada Medicaid for Long-Term Care
Boulder City residents aged 65 and older and disabled or blind adults aged 64 or younger can qualify for medical and long-term care services through Nevada Medicaid if they’re U.S. citizens or legal aliens and meet income and assets guidelines of:
Community Spouse Income and Asset Exemptions
If one spouse of a married couple applies, only the applicant’s income counts toward the above limit. Up to $3,160.50 of their monthly income may be transferable to the non-applicant, who may also retain up to $126,420 of the couple’s joint assets according to Medicaid’s rules to prevent spousal impoverishment.
After they account for these living and resource allowances, applicants who were previously over the Medicaid eligibility limits may qualify for coverage.
Nevada Medicaid considers income from all sources when determining eligibility but disregards several assets, including:
Boulder City residents can complete an application online for Medicaid coverage or call (800) 992-0900 for more information or application assistance.
Nevada Medicaid Frail Elderly Waiver Program
Frail Boulder City seniors at risk of admission to a nursing home may qualify for the Nevada waiver for the Frail Elderly as an alternative to institutional care. The program is available to seniors aged 65 or older who meet the eligibility requirements for Medicaid coverage. Applicants must be assessed as needing a nursing-home level of care and require placement within 30 days if assistance isn’t available. The waiver covers necessary support services that can help an applicant remain at home or in community-based care settings such as assisted living facilities.
Approved applicants receive case management services and additional supports such as:
To learn more about the FE waiver program or apply, Boulder City residents can visit the Las Vegas Aging and Disability Services office located at 1860 East Sahara Avenue or call (702) 486-3545.
Nevada Optional State Supplementation
Seniors aged 65 or older and blind or disabled adults in Boulder City who are eligible for SSI benefits may qualify for an additional amount on their monthly check through the Nevada Optional State Supplementation program.
To qualify, applicants must have a monthly income at or below the current federal benefit rate, which equates to $771 per individual and $1,157 per couple. Assets are capped at $2,000 and $3,000, respectively.
Applicants living in assisted living homes licensed for 16 or fewer residents may qualify for up to $391 per month if single, while couples may receive up to $881 per month, depending on their income.
To apply for SSI and OSS benefits, Boulder City residents can contact the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213.
Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits
Senior veterans and their spouses who receive a regular VA pension may qualify for an extra monthly benefit to help cover assisted living costs if they have specific care needs and meet certain requirements. The VA Aid and Attendance program provides a pension top-up payment for eligible elderly veterans or their spouses if they have increased care needs for one of these reasons:
To qualify, applicants must earn $22,577 or less per year, have a minimum 90-day active duty service record and an honorable discharge. Those already receiving a VA disability pension aren’t eligible for A&A benefits.
For more information about the A&A program and help applying for benefits, seniors in Boulder City should contact the state Veterans Services Advocacy and Support Team Las Vegas office at (702) 224-6025.
The Boulder City Senior Center is a busy hub where residents aged 50 and older gather to socialize, access recreational and entertainment activities, and benefit from wellness and fitness programs. For a $15 annual membership fee, seniors can enjoy a nutritious noontime meal, play card and board games with friends, use the computer lab or borrow books or DVDs from the library. The center hosts numerous common interest clubs ranging from art lovers to wood carving enthusiasts and offers grief and Alzheimer’s support groups.
Boulder City Senior Center
813 Arizona St., Boulder City, NV 89005
The Southern Nevada Transit Coalition’s Silver Rider program provides senior-friendly transportation services for area residents aged 60 and older. Seniors can use fixed route, paratransit and express route services in Boulder City and eight other Southern Nevada communities at discounted fares.
SNTC Silver Rider Transit Program
710 Wells Rd., Boulder City, NV 89005
The Southern Nevada Legal Aid Center offers free noncriminal legal assistance for Boulder City seniors aged 60 and older. Depending on a senior’s specific circumstances, the nonprofit law firm may provide advice, counsel or direct representation. Seniors may qualify for assistance for a wide range of legal matters, including those related to guardianship, bankruptcy or foreclosure, debt collection, predatory loans, public benefits, health insurance and elder abuse and exploitation.
Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
25 E. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89104
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