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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,200 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 13 assisted living facilities in Katy and 30 in surrounding areas.
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For seniors seeking an independent living retirement community that promises the fun will never set, then the Carriage Inn, located in Katy, Texas, is your community.
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Evergreen Cottages utilizes the latest in dementia care research to provide quality care for our residents, while providing an intimate setting that reminds our residents of home.
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Like many great ideas, the concept for Evergreen Cottages Assisted Living began in the kitchen. Family and friends had gathered for dinner. The conversation flowing from the kitchen to the great room ultimately turned to the challenges of getting older…
The Orchard is a wonderful place to call home. Offering both assisted living and memory care we offer the promise of a purpose-filled life through meaningful relationships and numerous activities.
Attentive staff, homelike surroundings and all-inclusive, personalized care is what makes Veranda House Senior Living the community of choice for seniors who are in need of supportive services to enjoy life.
Sunrise at Cinco Ranch has a very homey feel to it. You walk in and smell chocolate chip cookies or dinner being made. I have tasted the food; it is outstanding! The staff is very friendly and energized. They take different levels of care so this is an excellent place to keep your love one through all stages of aging. ...Read more Sunrise of Cinco Ranch reviews
Sunrise of Cinco Ranch was very nice and I was considering putting Mom there. The staff who assisted us with the tour was very nice and very knowledgeable. I was very comfortable with her. I saw some residents sitting in their wheelchairs listening to someone and they all seemed well taken care of.Read more Sunrise of Cinco Ranch reviews
The lady who gave me the tour of Sunrise of Cinco Ranch was so compassionate and helpful. I felt that she wanted to make sure that I was able to get what I wanted and what I hoped for. She gave me all the time I needed to make a decision. The place was very nice, and the only reason we weren't able to choose it was aff...Read more Sunrise of Cinco Ranch reviews
My mother moved into Sunrise of Cinco Ranch . Everything is fine, and I'm perfectly satisfied with it. The staff is wonderful, the dining area is nice, and she likes the food. She is enjoying the activities, but she doesn't play dominos. The room is nice, and they keep it clean. The parking is a little crowded.Read more Sunrise of Cinco Ranch reviews
The Genworth 2018 Cost of Care study indicates that the average monthly cost of assisted living in Katy is considerably less than both the national average ($4,000) and the state average ($3,795). When compared with other large cities throughout Texas such as Austin ($5,190) and Dallas ($4,350), the cost of assisted living in Katy is also significantly lower. The only city in Texas with a lower average monthly cost of assisted living is Longview ($3,100).
Cost of Assisted Living Comparison Chart
Although the average monthly cost of care in Katy tends to range between $3,000 and $4,000 for most types of care, there are some major differences worth noting. When comparing the cost of assisted living to that of nursing home care, assisted living is more than $700 cheaper each month. While home care services are only a few hundred dollars more than assisted living each month, it’s important to consider additional costs that are incurred while continuing to live in the home. These costs include rent, utilities and general home maintenance, all of which are typically included in the cost of assisted living.
In Texas, the state’s Medicaid managed care program is called STAR+PLUS. It’s intended to provide individuals who are living with disabilities and seniors aged 65 and older with access to care that they may not otherwise be able to afford. The program covers the cost of case management, long-term care and additional services such as medical and dental care, physical therapy and transportation services.
The program is capped and only accepts a limited number of applicants each year. Seniors may be required to reapply to the program annually if they wish to continue their coverage. Due to the program’s limitations, there is typically a waiting list for participants.
To be accepted to STAR+PLUS, seniors must be 65 years of age or older and a full-time resident of Texas. They must also require daily support and long-term care and meet the financial eligibility requirements of the program, which include having an income that doesn’t exceed $750 per month and assets that don’t exceed $2,000. Additionally, senior applicants to this program must fall under one of the following categories:
To inquire about being added to the wait list for STAR+PLUS or for more information about eligibility and the application process, seniors can call 1-866-566-8989.
Community Care for the Aged and Disabled
Community Care for the Aged and Disabled (CCAD) is the state’s non-Medicaid program that provides assistance to seniors and those with disabilities. It is designed to help those who may not be eligible for Medicaid by providing access to a range of care options including assisted living and home care.
Applicants must be 65 years of age or older and require daily supportive services. The program requires applicants to have an income that doesn’t exceed $2,250 per month and assets that don’t exceed $5,000.
To apply or learn more about the application process, seniors can visit their local Aging and Disability Resource Center or call 1-855-937-2372.
Community First Choice
The Community First Choice (CFC) program is part of the state Medicaid program. It provides seniors 65 years and older with access to medical care, nurse visits and assisted living services. The program is intended for seniors who require a nursing level care but would prefer to continue living in their home or in an assisted living facility.
To be eligible, seniors must meet the financial requirements of the STAR+PLUS program and be 65 years of age or older. To apply, seniors can call 1-866-566-8989.
Optional State Supplement
Most government assistance programs, including Medicaid, only provide financial assistance with the cost of services provided in long-term care facilities. This leaves seniors paying out of pocket for room and board costs, which in some cases, isn’t possible. The optional state supplement (OSS) exists to provide seniors with financial support when such a scenario arises. The OSS is paid in cash to low-income seniors who reside in long-term care facilities and is intended to pay for the cost of room and board.
The OSS is only available to Supplemental Security Income recipients and can be applied for by calling the Texas Department of Health and Human Services at 1-855-937-2372.
Long-Term Care Insurance
A long-term care insurance policy typically must be purchased before the need for long-term care arises, but the policy covers the cost of long-term care in an approved assisted living or nursing home facility.
The cost of this insurance varies depending on the provider and the plan, as does the deductible. Most insurance providers also take into account the age and health condition of the policyholder when determining rates and eligibility.
Elderlife Bridge Loan
Elderlife Financial Services provides seniors with an alternative option when they’re unable to receive government assistance. Elderlife bridge loans can make it easier for seniors to pay for the cost of long-term care. Loans are paid directly to the applicant’s assisted living facility upon approval, and seniors may pay back the loan in installments. Loans come with flexible terms and low interest rates.
While eligibility depends on credit history and income, seniors who may not be able to obtain approval alone may apply with up to six cosigners, which may increase the likelihood of approval.
Senior centers provide a range of services and activities to elderly residents of the community. Most senior centers provide fitness classes, social activities, day trips and congregate meals.
Katy Senior Citizen Center
5370 East 5th Street Katy, Texas 77493
Seniors who have served their country, as well as their immediate family members, may be eligible to receive care from their local Veterans Affairs (VA) medical clinic. To receive more information on services provided to Veterans, seniors can contact the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-844-698-2311.
Katy VA Outpatient Clinic
750 Westgreen Blvd Katy, Texas 77450
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