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Assisted Living in Kansas City

An assisted living community is designed for elders who can still get around independently but require some help with their activities of daily living. If your loved one's needs are minimal and only include help bathing, dressing, grooming, and performing daily tasks, an assisted living community may be the right choice. When choosing an assisted living community, your loved one can expect to reside in their own studio or one-bedroom apartment, with two-bedroom styles available for loved ones moving together. 

Just because your loved one has entered an assisted living community doesn’t mean their social life no longer exists. With shared common spaces and a number of daily activities, your loved one can remain active and social—making new friends, learning new things, and still feeling fulfilled at the end of the day. Additional support provided includes three meals a day, assistance with personal care, help with medications, transportation services, housekeeping, laundry, 24-7 security, and more.

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Not Your Standardized
Level of Care

Most assisted living communities differ in terms of care, ranging from minimal assistance to high-level attention. A majority of pricing models include a flat all-inclusive fee, while others have an additional “level of care” charge. This is an important factor to take into consideration when choosing an assisted living community, especially if budget plays a large role in the decision-making process. On average, assisted living in the greater Kansas City area can range from $5,000 to $7,000 monthly.

Assisted Living FAQs

What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living & Long-Term Care?
Though the differences between assisted living communities and long-term care are vast, the one major difference is the amount of assistance your loved one will receive. Assisted living does not provide advanced medical care around the clock, whereas long-term care communities are designed to care for residents with greater physical needs and more advanced medical conditions.
What are the Benefits of Assisted Living?

Your loved one can expect to receive a similar amount of care at an assisted living community as they were in their home from a caregiver, but with added benefits. These benefits include:

  • Enhanced social life
  • Reliable transportation
  • Additional recreational activities
  • Assistance with housekeeping and laundry

For a more in-depth overview of how an assisted living community can benefit your loved one, contact Senior Care Consulting at (913) 945-2800 today.

How Long is a Typical Assisted Living Commitment?
Assisted living communities usually don’t require any form of commitment and operate on a month-to-month basis. Depending on the assisted living community, the terms and conditions should be expressed during your visit. Senior Care Consulting will make sure you understand all terms before you make your final decision.

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