While cost may not be the single most important factor when considering senior living, people are often surprised to find senior living is more affordable than other alternatives. Planning for the possibility of assisted or independent living care gives you time to learn about services in your community and what they cost. It allows you to make important decisions while you are still able, to include health, legal and financial decisions.
It is unpredictable when you will be needing assisted living, as an unexpected accident, illness or injury can change your needs. The best time to think about health care is before you need it.
Our Independent and Assisted Living services are covered by Private Pay option only.
What is Private Pay?
Paying for Independent / Assisted Living “out of pocket” is often referred to as “Private Pay”. Essentially, this means that the resident will pay directly for all care and services.
What can I expect once I am admitted into your facility?
Every person who comes to a Valor Health Community has unique needs and preferences.
Our Team of professionals meet with new residents and their families to assess current healthcare needs and create a Personalized Service Plan. This plan may include resident or family concerns, as well as recommended assistance with daily activities or personal care services, all coordinated by our 24-hour on-site licensed nursing staff.
We encourage open communication and teamwork between our residents, their families, physicians and staff to create the ultimate healthcare environment, now and over time.
What should I bring with me?
Our apartments come unfurnished. We provide a layout of the area to include dimensions and a sample furniture arrangement to give you an idea of what you will need. The areas that will require furnishings are bedroom, living room, kitchenette, and bathroom. You will also need to bring clothing and personal care items.
We offer both private and companion apartments, each with bathrooms and carpeted flooring. Please note our rooms vary in size, so ask the Admission Team for a diagram of your assigned room and for recommendations on other items they think are necessary.