The average cost of Assisted Living in Kansas is $4,188 per month. In Kansas there are 114 Assisted Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
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Known as the Sunflower State, Kansas was home to such notable figures as President Dwight D. Eisenhower and famous female aviator Amelia Earhart. The famously historic Santa Fe and Oregon trails ran through Kansas, acting as thoroughfare into the great American cattle towns. Kansas is a remarkable place to call home, and offers residents an eclectic diversity of scenery. With six national parks, an abundance of farms, ranches, wineries and rich culinary delights, seniors who choose assisted living in Kansas will enjoy a comfortable and exuberant lifestyle.
Kansas assisted living communities are state licensed and regulated facilities that offer 24-hour, on-site services and security for six or more people unrelated to the facility’s administrator. Staff at assisted living facilities generally provide professional assistance with:
In the state of Kansas there are several types of facilities that provide care for adults. Facilities that specifically provide assisted living services for the elderly are called adult care homes. The term adult care home includes facilities such as nursing facilities, adult day care facilities or assisted living facilities. However, facilities that specifically provide assisted living services are classified as assisted living facilities and residential health care facilities.
- Assisted Living Facilities are facilities that care for six or more individuals who are unrelated to the administrator or operator as per Kansas Statutes Annotated (KSA) 39-923(5). These facilities provide apartments, along with services that include personal care or supervised nursing care, to support independence. A resident may receive skilled nursing services if the care is provided on an intermittent or limited term basis or on a regular basis if limited in scope.
- Residential Health Care Facilities are similar to assisted living facilities because they provide personal or supervised nursing care to six or more individuals as per 39-923(6). However, the level of nursing care is higher at these facilities, as their residents can receive supervised nursing care to support the activities of daily living.
- In contrast, a Boarding Care Home can serve up to 10 individuals who need supervision with activities of daily living but are ambulatory and capable of managing their own care and affairs as per 39-923(8).
- A Home Plus facility can care for up to 12 individuals who, because they are unable to carry out activities of daily living, require personal care and may need supervised nursing care. If the staff care for residents with dementia, they are required to take annual dementia care training as per 39-923(7).
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