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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,863 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 8 assisted living facilities in Sugar Land and 30 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Sugar Land, TX
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Combined Glory Assisted Living Facility, LLC in Sugarland, Texas, is a 15-bed residential facility offering 24-hour care and services to seniors who can no longer live alone. Our main goal is to help families make sure their loved ones receive…
I am disappointed in this facility. My father was in Memory Care. In my complaint to DADS the allegation of neglect was substantiated. My father eloped from the Memory Care Unit. How? Apparently, a staff member did not secure the door when they left. Apparently, while being escorted back to Memory Care by two staf...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
On 6/30/2013 my father received injuries requiring ER medical attention. He was in the memory care unit and not supposed to be able to get out. The DADS investigation has substantiated the allegation of neglect. My father got out. My father was charged for the ER medical services. Emeritus has refused to pay for t...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
Brookdale Sugarland is a well kept senior living care facility. The interior design has a warm country modern style. Throughout Brookdale it appears to be clean and comfortable for the residents. There isn't an issue with space when it comes to the rooms, bathrooms or dining rooms. The caregivers are friendly and con...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
I visited Brookdale Sugarland on a very busy day. There were a few people waited to been helped when I arrived, but nobody seemed thrilled about helping out. The staff seemed to not really enjoy their work; however they were still trying to assist everyone. I visited right after lunch so I don't know much about the foo...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
Everybody was very nice at Brookdale Sugar Land. However, my mom's memory is not as bad as the patients I saw there. The building was small, older, and looked like a cozy house, but it needs some remodeling. The center patio was sad and basically had nothing on it. The people were very attentive. It seemed like people ...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
Brookdale Sugar Land was clean, and the people who lived there seemed happy and well taken care of. The staff was very nice and professional. The food and the menu looked good, and the dining area was nice and clean. I liked this one of all of them because it was newer and well maintained. Some of them were playing bri...Read more Brookdale Sugar Land reviews
While the $3,863 average monthly cost of assisted living in Sugar Land is slightly higher than the Texas state median of $3,795, seniors in the city pay less than those in many of the surrounding areas. According to Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care survey, assisted living costs in the Austin area ($5,190), Victoria ($4,370), College Station ($3,995) and the San Antonio area ($3,975) are higher than those in Sugar Land. Only those in the nearby coastal city of Corpus Christi pay less, at $2,975 per month.
Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Sugar Land, so data for the closest area, Houston, was used.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
At $3,863 per month, Sugar Land’s average cost of assisted living is actually lower than the average cost of home health care. In-home services, which includes a homemaker ($3,909) and home health aide ($4,099), are administered in a senior’s private residence and doesn’t usually cover expenses, such as meals, rent and utilities.
Skilled, full-time nursing home care ($5,095) is the most expensive senior care type in the city, while part-time adult day health services ($1,300) are the least expensive option.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Texas Medicaid provides free and low-cost health care services to eligible low-income adults, children, seniors and people with disabilities who meet certain requirements.
Seniors aged 65 and older and adults with disabilities may qualify for Medicaid if they:
Medicaid benefits for seniors may include:
Seniors must meet certain financial criteria to qualify for Medicaid. Adults aged 65 and older or who are blind or disabled are entitled to receive Medicaid through the SSI program if they meet the following financial limits:
Seniors who meet the financial requirements below and require a nursing home level of care are entitled to receive Medicaid benefits in a nursing facility:
To be eligible for long-term care, an adult must be at least aged 65 years old or have a disability lasting 12 months or longer, meet the above financial limits and require care for at least 30 consecutive days. Participants must first use their own money to pay for services, excluding a small monthly allowance, before receiving services for free.
STAR+PLUS Home and Community-Based Services Waiver
Seniors seeking long-term care while living in an assisted living facility or community setting may be eligible for services through the HCBS STAR+PLUS waiver. This program aims to help seniors aged 65 and older and people with disabilities reside outside of nursing homes.
Interested individuals must qualify for Medicaid and meet at least one of the following criteria to participate:
Assigned regional health plans provide the benefits of STAR+PLUS, which include:
Medicaid participants who qualify for the STAR+PLUS waiver receive an enrollment packet in the mail. They should select their preferred health plan and return the completed form within 15 days of receipt.
Sugar Land seniors can apply for Medicaid online or by calling (877) 541-7905 and pressing “2” after selecting a language.
Community Care for Aged/Disabled
Through the Texas CCAD program, the Health and Human Service Commission provides personal care services and assistance with activities of daily living to seniors and people with disabilities who would like to live in the community rather than a nursing home. They can receive services in an assisted living facility, foster home or personal residence.
Additional benefits include:
To qualify for CCAD, participants must meet the following financial limits:
To apply, Sugar Land seniors should contact the Harris County Area Agency on Aging at (855) 937-2372.
Elderlife Bridge Loans
Elderlife Financial provides seniors of any age a potential short-term option for paying for assisted living. The company’s bridge loans have terms up to 12 months, a quick 24-hour application process and a prime + 4.74% interest rate. Seniors can use the loans to pay for move-in fees, rent and care at an assisted living facility of their choice.
To qualify for these loans, seniors should have a long-term plan in place to pay for care, such as money expected through the pending sale of a home. Elderlife examines applicants’ financial information, including credit scores, but seniors with a low credit score may still qualify if they apply with co-applicants with higher scores.
To apply, Sugar Land seniors can complete the online form or call (888) 228-4500.
Senior centers in and around Sugar Land offer seniors daily activities, such as financial education classes, card games, outings and social events. They also provide low-cost meals, fitness centers and free Internet use.
T.E. Harman Center
226 Matlage Way, Sugar Land, TX 77478
Jim & JoAnn Fonteno Senior Education Center
6600 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX 77074
Pinnacle Senior Center
5525 Hobby St., Houston, TX 77053
Sugar Land area veterans offices and organizations help local veterans file and obtain benefits, such as disability and pension funds, home loans and health care.
Fort Bend County Veteran Service Office
4520 Reading Rd., Ste. A-300 Rosenberg, TX 77471
Lone Star Veterans Association
2929 McKinney St., Ste. #A, Houston, TX 77003
Sugar Land’s Area Agency on Aging provides seniors with aging-related services, such as respite care, an ombudsman program, benefits counseling and information and resource centers.
Houston-Galveston Area Agency on Aging
3555 Timmons Ln., Ste. 120, Houston, TX 77027
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