Assisted Living in Virginia
Is assisted living the right care decision for you Virginia?
The first question to answer when searching for senior living providers should be “What level of care will I require?” Assisted living facilities are perfect places for aging seniors who need aid with specific daily activities but don’t demand 24-hour supervision. Assisted living providers provide a very good support program for aging adults who are trying to find more than quick in-home services. With NLO you will find details on every single registered senior care service provider locally. All licensed health care providers must satisfy guidelines outlined by the state however additional care services and amenities can change from provider to provider.
VA Assisted Living Communities View Senior Care Digital Guide
What care services are normally supplied in assisted living communities in Virginia?
Virginia regulators check out licensed care providers regularly to make sure that assisted living communities offer occupants with specific care services. Residents should expect to find these care programs and much more at each licensed care community:
- Wellness Programs
- Central Dining Program
- Nursing Staff Care
- 24-Hour Security
- Laundry Services
How much does it cost each month to live in an assisted living community in Virginia?
At New LifeStyles, we like to consult Genworth’s annual expense of care questionnaire which has the price of assisted living care in Virginia to be $4,800 per month on average. That is above the national average in the US that was reported at $4,000 per month. The cities that reported a number of the more expensive costs of care included Charlottesville and Winchester whereas other cities like Virginia Beach and Richmond were right around the average in the state.
Find more information on state licensing for senior communities in Virginia with New LifeStyles.