Retirement Homes in Arizona

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In the state of Arizona, there are many senior citizens. Some have retired there and others are living in Arizona retirement homes. There are more than 130 senior home & retirement home options in the state of Arizona. When looking into a place for a loved one in this state, you may seem overwhelmed at first. However, there is some information that might make the process easier for you.

In this guide, you will find more information about Arizona retirement home amenities, who senior homes in Arizona are for, how much they cost, and how you can get the retirement home paid for, as well.

Amenities offered in Arizona Retirement Homes

When it comes to retirement homes in the state of Arizona, there are many amenities and services that you should know about. In the long-term care facilities in Arizona, your loved one can get rehabilitative care, short-term or long-term care, various types of therapy, Alzheimer’s care, dementia care, and even respite care.

Unlike other senior living residences in Arizona, skilled retirement facilities and senior homes also provide 24/7 care. When looking into a skilled nursing facility, you will find other amenities, as well. Some of these include apnea monitoring, case management, coma management, dermatology services, enterostomal care, hemodialysis supportive care, neurological rehabilitation, oncology treatments, ostomy care, peritoneal dialysis, psychological services, tube feeding, ventilator management, trach weaning, and more.

In addition to these amenities and services, it is important to know who exactly a retirement home in Arizona is for.

Who are Arizona retirement homes for?

A home or facility for retirement living in Arizona can be for a wide range of people. Since they offer all sorts of different care and amenities, they are not just for senior citizens. They are for those who need rehabilitative care, respite care, or other types of medical care. The retirement facilities in Arizona are for those who need help with things like getting dressed, bathing, eating, and other skilled care support. They are for both the elderly and disabled people.

If you know of anyone who needs this type of support or any of the amenities mentioned above, they might be best moving into one of the Arizona skilled nursing facility options.

How much do Arizona retirement homes cost?

If you are looking into long-term care in Arizona or into retirement facilities, you should know the cost can vary quite a bit. First of all, the cost can vary based on the location of the retirement homes or long-term care facilities. Secondly, the cost can vary on what services are being provided to the resident.

One of the options your loved one has is memory care in Arizona. The lowest costs in the Southwest are in the state of Arizona for memory care. They average around $3,500 per month. There are many of these facilities in this great state that help with activities such as meals, getting dressed, medication management, and other things. The staff is on-site around-the-clock for the residents, as well.

There are also retirement homes in the state of Arizona. The cost for these can vary based on location, too. However, the average cost for the retirement homes in this state is around $170 for a semi-private room per day and around $220 for a private room per day. The senior homes provide the services and amenities you read about above.

Hospice care is another option in the state of Arizona, often provided by nursing homes. The average cost for this type of care ranges between $3,300 and $6,000 per month. Hospice care provides help to those who are seriously ill, chronically ill, or terminally ill.

Respite care is offered in the state of Arizona as well and it is offered by both retirement homes and assisted living facilities in Arizona. The cost for short-term respite care would range from around $200 to $430 per day or an average of around $8,500 per month. This is lower than the average for the nation.

Now that you know more regarding the cost of retirement homes in Arizona, you should know there are multiple ways these facilities can be paid for.

    List of 10 Senior Retirement Homes in Arizona

  1. Yuma Nursing Center
  2. Yuma Nursing Center is a retirement home in Yuma, Arizona that can provide skilled nursing care and assistance to up to 120 senior citizens. It is located at 1850 West 25th Street, Yuma Arizona 85364 zip code and includes services and amenities such as a Alzheimer's care unit, 24-hour security, cable TV and transportation to outings. Yuma Nursing Center became licensed by Medicare to provide nursing care services on 11/02/1988 and accepts Medicare and Medicaid. License #: 35152.

  3. Hacienda Nursing Facility
  4. Hacienda Nursing Facility is a nursing and retirement facility located at 1402 East South Mountain Avenue that provides nursing services to all Maricopa county residents. It includes amenities such as Alzheimer’s care, physical services, social work services and dental services. Hacienda Nursing Facility is able to provide nursing care services to up to 74 older adults at once who are looking for retirement homes in Phoenix, AZ. It became licensed on 04/12/2000 with license number 35258.

  5. North Mountain Medical And Rehabilitation Center
  6. North Mountain Medical And Rehabilitation Center is a Medicare licensed senior citizen home - license # 35087 - located in Phoenix, Arizona, with exact address of 9155 North Third Street in the 85020 zip code area. North Mountain Medical And Rehabilitation Center provides amenities that include memory care, pain management, psychological services and more. North Mountain Medical And Rehabilitation Center can accommodate up to 155 Maricopa residents who need 24/7 skilled nursing services.

  7. Life Care Center Of Scottsdale
  8. Life Care Center Of Scottsdale accepts Medicare and can fit 132 Scottsdale residents at its full capacity. Life Care Center Of Scottsdale is a Medicare-licensed retirement home that was started on 04/30/1987 and includes services such as oncology care, psychological services and restorative care and is located at 9494 East Becker Lane, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260. Its license number is 35143.

  9. Handmaker Home For The Aging
  10. Up to 94 elderly seniors who need a senior home and live in Tucson, AZ can choose to stay at Handmaker Home For The Aging to receive nursing home services. Handmaker Home For The Aging is licensed from 01/01/1967, with license # 35016. It includes amenities like air fluidized bed therapy, respite care and physical therapy and is situated at 2221 North Rosemont Boulevard. Handmaker Home For The Aging provides skilled nursing services to Pima county seniors who are looking for a nursing home in Tucson.

  11. Maryland Gardens Care Center
  12. If you are looking for a senior retirement home near you in Phoenix, you should consider Maryland Gardens Care Center, an officially licensed skilled nursing facility that accommodates all Maricopa county residents and is located at 31 West Maryland Avenue. Its license # is 35247. No more than 60 seniors who live in Maricopa county can reside at Maryland Gardens Care Center at a time. Some of the amenities and services offered at Maryland Gardens Care Center include palliative care, pain reduction and management and podiatry services.

  13. Palm View Rehabilitation & Care
  14. Palm View Rehabilitation & Care received its initial license from Medicare to operate as a retirement home in Yuma, Arizona on 02/19/1985 - license #: 35096. Palm View Rehabilitation & Care can provide long-term care services for up to 143 Yuma and Yuma county residents at once and includes urinary incontinence management, lymphedema therapy and medication management.

  15. Park Avenue Health And Rehabilitation Center
  16. A maximum of 200 Pima county senior citizens can take advantage of skilled nursing offered at Park Avenue Health And Rehabilitation Center, a retirement home which is located at 2001 North Park Avenue inside Tucson, AZ in the 85719 zip code area. Park Avenue Health And Rehabilitation Center accepts Medicare and Medicaid and private payment methods as well and includes amenities such as dental services, podiatry care and short-stay rehabilitation.

  17. Devon Gables Rehabilitation Center
  18. Devon Gables Rehabilitation Center is a retirement facility started on 08/11/1987 that provides long-term nursing care and short-term rehabilitation in Tucson, Arizona and includes services such as respiratory care, hospice care and complex medical care. Up to 312 seniors who are looking for Tucson nursing home care can stay at Devon Gables Rehabilitation Center at once. It is located at 6150 East Grant Road, Tucson, Arizona 85712.

  19. Prescott Nursing And Rehab Community
  20. Prescott Nursing And Rehab Community was established on 01/08/1985 and it's one of the retirement homes in Prescott, AZ that families should look into when looking for a retirement facility in Pierce county, Arizona. Prescott Nursing And Rehab Community can support Prescott seniors with digestive disorders or who have recently suffered a stroke. Prescott Nursing And Rehab Community is limited to providing skilled nursing to up to 65 Arizona seniors at a time and is located at 1505 Orrin Rd in the 54021 zip code area.

How to pay for retirement homes in Arizona?

If you are looking for information on how to pay for a retirement home in Arizona, then this guide is for you. There are many ways that Arizona retirement homes and skilled nursing homes can be paid for. Some of the ways they can be paid for include private pay, annuities and retirement savings, long-term care insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare.

If you are going to pay for an Arizona retirement home with private pay, most of the time the retirement home staff members are going to work with you on when the payments will be due.

You can also pay via the annuities and retirement savings. While these are similar to private pay, they give you another option for covering the cost of the long-term care facility.

Long-term care insurance is another way to pay for retirement homes in Arizona. With LTC insurance, the resident will have a set benefit amount that is figured out at the beginning of the policy. An example would be $600,000. This will cover the nursing home care costs until that benefit amount runs out. Usually, there is a set cost per month that will get covered with LTC insurance, such as $4,500.

Medicaid is an option for covering retirement home care, as well. There is actually a Medicaid program in Arizona that helps people with their long-term care needs. This is called the ALTCS program. They will cover the cost of nursing home care if the resident qualifies for the program. They must meet requirements such as needing that level of care, must not make more than $2,313 per month, and must meet the asset limit guidelines.

You may be able to use Medicare to pay for up to 100 days of skilled nursing home care in Arizona if the resident can receive those same services in their home.

There are many Arizona nursing homes that can help your loved one to get the care they need. Hopefully, this guide has provided you with the information you need to help your loved one find the right retirement home in the state of Arizona. 

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