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The average cost of assisted living in the county is $5,048 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 52 assisted living facilities in Henrico County and 9 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Henrico County, VA
Brookdale Imperial Plaza offers something for everyone in our elegant oasis located in historic Richmond, with wonderful amenities for active seniors and assisted living residents.
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Commonwealth Assisted Living at Chesterfield provides comprehensive services for residents in a caring and home-like atmosphere that ensures they maintain a quality lifestyle.
Nestled in the West End just minutes from Regency Mall, Sunrise of Richmond is an assisted living and memory care community offering services tailored to each unique individual.
Elmcroft of Chesterfield is an assisted living and Alzheimer's Care community offering accommodations for those who may require assistance in their daily living activities.
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Commonwealth Assisted Living at the West End boasts a variety of amenities, including healthy dining options, weekly housekeeping and linen service and transportation services, which allow our residents to live a carefree life.
Conveniently located in western Richmond, Sunrise of Bon Air is short drive from everything that makes life easy and enjoyable, such as restaurants, shops, services and parks.
The Crossings was designed with your needs in mind. We offer a continuum of care; even if your needs change your address may not. Our bright and airy 1 and 2 bedroom apartments have plenty of space and we have…
______________________________ Here at Spring Arbor of Richmond, we make sure we provide residents with a wide array of amenities and service, here we encourage our residents to remain as independent as possible while still receiving the assistance that they need, this…
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The Village at ManorCare, located in Richmond, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
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Ginter Hall South Assisted Living Community was founded on the elements of concerned care and professional excellence, which is something that we stri...
For those who want their own space. Their own friends. Their own schedule. And their own voice in making life exactly as they want it to be. What should it feel like when you walk in to a retirement and…
Morningside in the West End is a senior living community that provides the perfect setting for seniors who are transitioning into assisted living or Alzheimer’s care.
DPC offers both Residential and Assisted Living Levels of Care. Services provided at DPC are customized to address each resident's specific needs. Some of these services include but are not limited to: Social activities Balanced Meals & Snacks Daily Assistance…
Comfortable. Friendly. These are two of the most common words that our residents use to describe Lakewood Manor. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s a place where you can be yourself. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s a place where you can leave all of the chores and maintenance of…
Cedarfield is commited to providing an engaging atmosphere and gracious culture that fosters independence, individuality and a secure plan for the future. From the moment you step onto campus, you'll be surrounded by southern hospitality and genuine warmth to make…
Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee; 70% declining at 2% per mo. for 15 mos. (Price: 83% of Entrance Fee); 50% declining at 2% per mo. for 25 mos.(Price: 71% of Entrance Fee); 0% Refund declining at 2% per mo.…
Serves solely Master Masons of Virginia, and families. Assets transfer alternatively to Entrance Fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
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Parkside at Beth Sholom is located across the street from the Tuckahoe Village West Recreation Center in Richmond, Virginia, not far from the Greenwoods Memorial Gardens. Seniors looking to retire in Richmond have access to all the services and amenities…
Welcome to St Mary's Woods! Located in Richmond, VA, St. Mary's Woods is a nonprofit senior living community providing exceptional living and services since 1988.What defines exceptional senior living? It is the difference between common and rare. It is what…
Welcome to Laurels of University Park! Located in a campus-like landscape generously dotted with trees, The Laurels of University Park is near Interstate 64 and within five miles of all three northwest Richmond hospitals. Our inviting surroundings provide a perfect…
Very engaging staff members who ensured the residents were properly cared for. Residents appeared interactive and delighted by the environment. Program offers residents three different meals per day. Staff members were all warm, welcoming, and friendly. Various levels of care offered to residents. The residence has an ...Read more Chestnut Grove reviews
We chose Commonwealth Assisted Living at Chesterfield. I like that it's nice, very clean, and the staff is friendly. They had a lot of things for the seniors to get involved in. The food tastes good.Read more Commonwealth Senior Living at Chesterfield reviews
My aunt is living in Commonwealth Senior Living at Chesterfield. It is an excellent facility with an excellent staff and administration. They always keep them active with something to do and the food is good, so I don't have any complaints. They take them shopping and to restaurants. They have a caring administration. ...Read more Commonwealth Senior Living at Chesterfield reviews
I chose Commonwealth because it had a nice open look to it. Also, they were the only ones who chose to put my dad in regular living instead of memory care. The first day my dad was there, almost everybody in the building came to his room and introduced themselves. It was so nice. My dad had an assistant for four hours ...Read more Commonwealth Senior Living at Chesterfield reviews
Clean facility with excellent accommodations. Friendly and experienced staff members offer top quality to the units. Most residents within the facility are high functioning and independent. Low staff to resident ratio. The residence has wheelchair accommodations and is handicap friendly. Facility offers one or two bedr...Read more Sunrise Villa Tuckahoe reviews
Data from the 2018 Genworth Cost of Care study reveals that seniors in Henrico County pay the highest assisted living rates statewide. Monthly costs here are almost $500 above the state average ($4,451) and close to $1,000 over the national average of $4,000. Prices in most areas of Virginia are in the $4,000s per month, including in Blacksburg ($4,695), Charlottesville ($4,577) and Harrisonburg ($4,100). The lone exception is Lynchburg, which has the state’s lowest average cost at $3,695 per month.
Note: Senior care cost data specific to Henrico County wasn’t available, so data for the greater Richmond area was used.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
Senior care costs in Henrico County vary significantly depending on the type of care, the specific services offered and where care is received. Nursing homes that provide 24-hour skilled care and services, such as medication management, cost about $3,000 more than assisted living, which is also provided in a residential setting. Homemaker and home health aide services cost about $1,000 per month less than assisted living. When the value of assisted living room and board is factored in, this price gap with in-home care becomes noticeably narrow.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Medicaid is the federal and state-funded program that ensures basic health care coverage to low-income Americans of all ages. This joint initiative is administered at the state level according to federal guidelines. In Virginia, the Department of Medical Assistance Services administers the program, which provides medical and long-term care services to about one million eligible state residents.
To qualify for Medical Assistance coverage for long-term care services, Henrico County residents must:
MA counts income from all sources when determining eligibility. Assets that count include cash, bank account balances, stocks and bonds, retirement accounts and real estate other than an occupied primary home. Additional exempt assets include household and personal effects, one automobile and irrevocable burial trusts.
Virginia Medical Assistance provides some leeway on the above limits for a married applicant whose spouse isn’t applying for coverage. An individual who’s over the income and asset thresholds may be able to qualify after spousal living and resource allowances are made, which can be up to $3,160.50 in monthly income and $126,420 in jointly held assets.
Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus waiver
The Medical Assistance program covers institutional long-term care in a nursing home as an entitlement. The Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus waiver is available for eligible seniors who want to live at home or in a community-based care setting and delay or prevent nursing home admission. The waiver provides comprehensive medical services and long-term care supports and services through six approved managed care health plan providers. The waiver benefits a senior may receive include:
Virginia residents aged 65 and older in need of medical services or long-term care are enrolled automatically in the CCC Plus waiver program if they’re approved for Medical Assistance. To receive coverage, applicants must have an income of less than 300% of the Supplemental Security Income benefit rate, which equates to $2,313 or less in monthly income, and meet the Medicaid program’s asset limits.
To learn more about the program or begin the application process by scheduling a screening assessment, Henrico County seniors can contact the CCC Plus enrollment helpline at (844) 374-9159.
Virginia Auxiliary Grant
Henrico county residents aged 65 or older with limited income and assets may be eligible for a monthly benefit payment from the Virginia Auxiliary Grant program. These extra funds may be used to cover the cost of care services and accommodations. To apply, seniors must be currently living in or entering a participating assisted living facility and:
Approved seniors receive a monthly benefit that includes a personal needs allowance and a payment to their facility to cover services and supports such as:
To learn more about the Auxiliary Grant program or to begin the assessment and application process, seniors should contact Henrico County DSS at (804) 501-4001.
Long-Term Care Insurance
Seniors who are planning ahead for a future move to assisted living may be interested in purchasing a long-term care insurance policy to help cover the associated costs. The coverage provided as well as the requirements and limitations of an LTC policy can vary between insurance companies, so it’s wise to shop around and ask questions before making a choice. The Virginia Bureau of Insurance sets standards for LTC policies offered in the state, such as built-in inflation protection, rules regarding preexisting condition coverage, a 30-day free-look provision and numerous others. Seniors can expect to provide details of their health history when applying, which may affect coverage availability and premium costs.
For help understanding the details included in an LTC insurance policy or assistance with filing a claim, Henrico County seniors can contact Elderlife Financial Services at (888) 228-4500.
The Henrico County Advocate for the Aging office works to keep residents aged 60 and older healthy, independent and engaged in their communities. The agency acts as a central information source about county senior clubs and leagues, assistance programs, supplemental nutritional support, transportation services and emergency financial aid. The Advocate’s office also provides long-term care screenings and referrals to available county and state benefits and services.
Advocate for the Aging’s Office
4301 E. Parham Rd., Henrico, VA 23228
The Central Virginia Legal Aid Society provides free legal representation and advice to qualified Henrico County residents aged 60 or older. The nonprofit law firm typically provides assistance that includes wills and powers of attorney; consumer law; health insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare; public benefits, such as Social Security and Supplemental Security Income; VA benefits and nursing home care or discharges.
Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
101 W. Broad St., Ste. 101, Richmond, VA 23220
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services office in Henrico is available to assist local veterans with VA benefit and pension applications and appeals. A comprehensive range of health care services is available at the VA Medical Center in nearby Richmond, including primary and specialist care, surgery, neurology, rehabilitation and therapeutic health services.
Virginia DVS Henrico Office
121 Cedar Fork Rd., Rm. 412, Henrico, Virginia 23223
Richmond VA Medical Center
1201 Broad Rock Blvd., Richmond, VA 23249
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