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The average cost of assisted living in the county is $3,124 a month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the county, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on 21 assisted living facilities in Davis County and 30 in surrounding areas.
Offering a full spectrum of senior services from independent living to assisted living to memory care, Heritage Place is a located only 10 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.
Providing a lifestyle where every day feels like a vacation, Chancellor Gardens at Clearfield offers both assisted living and memory care accommodations and services.
Apple Tree Assisted Living brings nature closer to our residents and offers an environment full of meaningful relationships and engaging activities for seniors to experience.
Just across the street from the historic tabernacle, Legacy House of Bountiful offers assisted living and memory care with a personal touch, enabling older adults to live with dignity and independence.
Apple Village is conveniently located at the top of Highway 193 and Highway 89 in Layton. As a Type II Assisted Living Facility with Memory Care, we specialize in providing our residents with the highest level of care, as well…
BeeHive Homes of Syracuse assisted living features affordable home-style senior living in smaller facilities designed to provide a family atmosphere with more intimacy and the best quality care. Our assisted living homes are vibrant communities with a full range of…
Pheasant View Assisted Living is a premier senior living center that focuses on quality of life. Located in Layton, Utah, we are a brand new community...
A friendly helpful staff who is committed to helping your loved one continuing living a purposeful life is what sets Fairfield Village of Layton apart from other assisted living facilities.
Legacy House of Park Lane is a premier assisted living community located in Farmington, Utah and serving seniors in Davis County and surrounding areas, including Bountiful, Centerville, Kaysville, and Layton. At Legacy House in Park Lane assisted living services are…
Our philosophy of service at Creekside Senior Living is that Independent and Assisted Living encourages an active and free senior lifestyle that supports residents' privacy and dignity. Our senior apartments are considered the largest and most spacious in Bountiful. Creekside…
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Heart and Home assisted living is locally owned and operated providing a home-like residence for older adults with a life enrichment program including social, cultural and educational opportunities.
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Heartfelt Home Assisted Living is a senior living community based in Centerville, Utah, specializing in the provision of assisted living. The facility is located across the road from U of U Centerville Health Center, making it easy for physicians to…
We visited the Legacy House. It was very clean, everyone was very helpful, and the residents seemed happy there. However, the memory care was not up to the same quality as the rest of the facility. It was dark, dingy, and it did not look as inviting and homey as other facilities.Read more Legacy House of Bountiful reviews
Legacy House of Bountiful was very nice and very clean. The person who accommodated us was a very nice girl. The residents were just finishing up with their hot chocolate bars, which was a thing they had going. They gave some to my 4-year-old grandson and he loved it. They had a lot going on there. They had a list of l...Read more Legacy House of Bountiful reviews
Legacy House of Bountiful was very nice. I had a good first impression. The room looked good and was a good size. The staff members were excellent. They were very friendly and helpful. The dining area looked really nice, but we didn't get to try the food. It looked like they had plenty of activities. They keep the resi...Read more Legacy House of Bountiful reviews
Chancellor Gardens has everything. The décor is very nice, very clean, and a little fancy. The staff also seems to be very sweet and caring. It’s located in a good spot. The décor is a little bit upgraded, and they have card nights, game nights, and movie nights. I thought that the rooms were a little small. It is just...Read more Chancellor Gardens reviews
Chancellor Gardens is really good. I don’t have any complaints. My mother has been well taken care of, and she likes the food and atmosphere, but it's expensive, and I think they could keep her room cleaner. The people that work there seem very nice. Music is played a couple of times a week.Read more Chancellor Gardens reviews
According to Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care study, the average monthly cost of assisted living in Davis County is considerably lower than the national average ($4,000) and slightly below the state average ($3,350). The cost of assisted living in Davis County is less than in major cities throughout Utah, such as St. George ($3,500) and Salt Lake City ($3,600). When compared to smaller cities, such as Logan ($2,950) and Provo ($2,898), the monthly average cost of assisted living in Davis County is slightly higher.
Cost of Assisted Living Comparison Chart
The type of care required is one of the biggest factors influencing the average cost of care, especially in areas like Davis County, where the cost of nursing home care is more than $2,000 higher than assisted living. The cost of home care is considerably higher than assisted living as well. When considering home care as an alternative to assisted living, it’s also important to budget for the additional expenses that come with living in the home such as rent, groceries and general upkeep, which are all typically included in the cost of assisted living.
Cost of Homemaker/Home Health Aide Comparison Chart
Utah’s Aging Waiver is a Medicaid managed care program that provides financial assistance to elderly individuals who want to delay moving to a nursing facility. The program provides a range of services to help seniors remain in their community, whether it’s in their home or an assisted living facility. Some services that may be covered by this waiver include senior companion services, specialized medical equipment, daily nurse visits, respite care, transportation and services provided in assisted living facilities or by a home care aide.
Applicants must be 65 years of age or older and meet Medicaid’s financial requirements, which stipulate that seniors may not have an income that exceeds $12,490 per year for individuals or $16,910 for couples and may not own assets exceeding $2,000 in value for individuals or $3,000 in value for couples. To be eligible for the Aging Waiver, seniors must also submit to a full assessment and be determined to require a nursing level of care.
Seniors can apply for this waiver in person at the Division of Aging and Adult Services office or by calling (801) 538-3910.
New Choices Waiver Program
The New Choices Waiver exists to help seniors transition back into an assisted living facility or into their own home. The program provides financial assistance as well as transition counseling services. The New Choices Waiver came into existence to relieve financial stress on the state’s Medicaid system, which is largely the result of the high costs associated with nursing care.
In order to be eligible for this waiver, seniors must be 65 years of age or older and reside in a nursing home. They must be able to transition safely back into their community or into a facility that provides a lower level of care.
To apply for this waiver or to learn more about eligibility and benefits, seniors can contact 1-800-662-9651.
Optional State Supplement
Utah’s optional state supplement (OSS) is a cash benefit that’s intended to help seniors pay for the cost of room and board in long-term care facilities. OSS benefit amounts are determined by the senior’s income, and limits are the same as SSI requirements.
Seniors who are applying for OSS must be receiving federal supplemental security income benefits and may not own assets valued at more than $,2000 for individuals or $3,000 for couples.
To apply for the OSS benefit, seniors may contact their local Social Security Administration office or call 1-800-772-1213.
Long-Term Care Insurance
For many older adults, planning for the future includes purchasing a long-term care insurance policy and for those who have, their policies cover the cost of assisted living or nursing care after an annual deductible is paid by the policyholder. The price of long-term care insurance varies depending on the insurance company, the type of coverage purchased and the policyholder’s age and health history.
Each insurance company has its own eligibility guidelines in place, but it’s important to note that most won’t sell long-term care insurance to anyone who’s been diagnosed with a serious medical condition, especially if they already require long-term care.
Elderlife Bridge Loan
Elderlife Financial Services has options available to seniors who are ineligible for Medicaid plans or government funding. Elder bridge loans provide seniors with the funding they need to pay for assisted living by paying fees directly to the senior’s assisted living facility. Seniors can pay their loan back in monthly installments at low interest rates.
For seniors who may be unable to obtain approval on their own, Elderlife Financial Services allows up to six cosigners on a single application to increase the chances of approval and reduce monthly payments for applicants.
Seniors centers in Davis County act as a community gathering place for elderly residents. They often provide an assortment of programs and activities that may include classes, day trips, congregate meals and social activities.
North Davis Senior Center
42 State Street Clearfield, Utah 84015
Central Davis Senior Activity Center
81 East Centre Street Kaysville, Utah 84037
Golden Years Senior Citizens Center
726 100 East Bountiful, Utah 84010
Some seniors may qualify for social, medical or financial support through Veterans Affairs (VA). Seniors can visit their local Veterans Affairs office to apply for benefits.
Veterans Utah Department
550 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
Senior advocacy programs provide a range of services to elderly individuals that may include case management, benefits assistance and facilitating connections with community services and resources.
Davis County Family Health and Senior Services
22 South State Street 3rd Floor Clearfield, Utah 84105
Area Agency on Aging
237 26th Street #320 Ogden, Utah 84401
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