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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $5,190 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 5 assisted living facilities in Cedar Park and 30 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Cedar Park, TX
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The 2018 Genworth Cost of Care study reveals that the cost of assisted living in Cedar Park is the highest in Texas at $5,190 per month. This is significantly more expensive than both the state ($3,795) and national ($4,000) averages.
The cost of assisted living is much lower in the nearby central Texas city of San Antonio ($3,957). It’s also less costly in coastal cities such as Houston ($3,863) and Corpus Christi ($2,975). The most affordable assisted living costs are found in El Paso ($2,250), where seniors pay less than half the amount of their counterparts in Cedar Park.
Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Cedar Park. Data for Austin, the closest metropolitan area, has been used.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
Depending on the type of care Cedar Park seniors need, they can expect to pay vastly different monthly costs. Seniors who only need care during daytime hours will pay an average of $1,408 per month for adult day health services. Seniors who prefer a residential setting and the extra services provided in an assisted living facility will pay over three times that amount.
In Cedar Park, as in other cities across the country, seniors who require 24/7 care in a nursing home pay the highest cost per month. Here, the average cost is $5,323.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Medicaid is a government-funded program that provides health care coverage to eligible low-income people across the country. In Texas, more than four million people receive coverage including pregnant women, children, adults with disabilities and senior citizens. Those eligible for Texas Medicaid receive medically necessary services including doctors visits, inpatient and outpatient hospital services, home health services and community-based or nursing home care.
Texas residents may qualify for Medicaid coverage if they meet certain income limits. The annual allowable income is $24,731 for single applicants and $33,482 for couples. Seniors who exceed these limits may qualify for the state’s Medicaid Buy-In program, which lets them make monthly payments to receive coverage.
Texas residents can apply for Medicaid online or request assistance by calling (877) 541-7905.
STAR+PLUS Waiver Program
STAR+PLUS is a Medicaid waiver program that provides services to eligible seniors and adults with disabilities through managed care plans. In addition to all the benefits provided by regular Medicaid, participants in the program can receive long-term care services and supports such as:
To receive services through the waiver program, seniors must be approved for Medicaid coverage. They also need to meet one of these eligibility criteria:
Seniors eligible for Medicare and Medicaid may also qualify for the waiver program. Dually eligible seniors will receive health care services through Medicare and long-term care services through STAR+PLUS managed care.
Optional State Supplementation
Seniors who receive Supplemental Security Income from the federal government may be eligible for a monthly top-up payment from the state of Texas. This optional state supplementation may be used toward assisted living room-and-board costs.
The maximum OSS payment for a single senior is $60 per month. Couples who’ve lived in assisted living for more than 30 days are treated as individuals and can receive up to $60 each.
For more information or to apply for OSS benefits, contact the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213.
Community Care for the Aged and Disabled
The Community Care for the Aged and Disabled program helps seniors who aren’t self-sufficient avoid nursing home placement. The program covers a variety of home and community-based services, including 24-hour residential care in a licensed assisted living facility.
Seniors who qualify for SSI or Medicaid meet the program’s income requirements. They must also have less than $5,000 in countable resources ($6,000 for couples), which include cash, money market funds, saving certificates, tax refunds and insurance settlements. Some assets are exempt, such as a senior’s primary residence and one car.
To learn more about CCAD or to begin the application process, contact the Capital Area Aging and Disability Resource Center or call (855) 937-2372.
Cedar Park residents who are 50 years of age or older can join the city’s senior center. Here, they can get together for breakfasts and lunches or participate in card or board games, seminars, day trips and other scheduled activities. Dancing, golfing and exercise classes provide the opportunity to socialize while getting some enjoyable exercise.
Treasure of the Hills Senior Center
408 Ridgewood Dr., Cedar Park, TX 78613
The local Area Agency on Aging serves the 10 counties that make up the Austin metropolitan area. Seniors can visit the AAA for help finding available resources and navigating Medicare, Medicaid and long-term care services. The AAA can also help connect seniors with local, state and federal benefit programs.
The Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area
6800 Burleson Rd., Suite 165, Austin, TX 78744
Veterans in Cedar Park can visit the city’s VA outpatient clinic for primary care services and other health care needs. The Austin VA clinic offers access to various medical specialities, including radiology, prosthetics and podiatry. Seniors may also visit the Austin Vet Center to receive individual or group counseling.
Cedar Park Community Based Outpatient Clinic
600 N Bell Blvd., Cedar Park, TX 78613
Austin VA Outpatient Clinic
7901 Metropolis Dr., Austin, TX 78744
Austin Vet Center
2015 S I.H. 35, Southcliff Bldg., Suite 101, Austin, TX 78741
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