Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Memory Care communities. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one, and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 1 Memory Care facilities in Omak and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.
Memory Care near Omak, Washington
1001 Senna St, Omak, WA 98841
Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private
Apple Springs is located just 45 miles from the Canadian border, nestled in the heart of Okanogan county. We enjoy the quiet of country life while being located just 2 blocks from a major health clinic with weekly visiting specialists. Shopping and activities of interest are close by We encourage...
Memory Care costs differ by location and facility, as many communities offer different levels of care, amenities, and activities. Prices also vary based on how much — or how little — assistance a senior needs.
Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.
Memory care supports the unique needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Memory care communities provide enhanced security, dementia therapies, and spaces designed to prevent wandering. Services in memory care facilities often include:
Memory care communities run in accordance with a dementia specific care program. A memory care community conforms to particular dementia-related security measures and safety guidelines. Typically, residents in memory care require aid with dressing, personal care , and eating. Organized activities are delivered by staff members trained explicitly on providing aid for those with memory deficiencies. Memory care offers 24-hour monitored care with meals, health management, and recreational opportunities for members. The monthly median cost for a private room is around $11,285 and the cost for a semi-private room is around $10,722 . The state of Washington maintains a number of provisions associated with this type of community. The the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR), Bureau for Public Health, and Office of Health communities Licensure and Certification licenses this community type.
The overall cost of living can be a major influence in determining which care option works best. The median home value in Omak is around $142,069 and the median rent is about $728 a month. The rent burden for Omak is around 14.7% of the average monthly income.
Of the population of Omak 12.0% have a college degree, 4.1% have a graduate degree, and 44.9% have a high-school diploma. Out of the total city population, 45.9% are male and 54.1% are female. The median age of Omak is 38 years old. Omak has a population density of 478 people per square mile. Demographically, Omak is 2.5% Asian, 19.6% Hispanic, 0.1% black, 8.6% mixed race, 9.3% other or not specified, 0.0% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, 67.4% white, and 12.0% Native American. In Omak, 53.9% participate in the labor force, 19.3% have some form of disability, 13.8% do not have health insurance, and 8.0% are widows. In Omak, 10.4% of the people are veterans of the United States armed forces.
There are 104 hospitals and 216 health centers that service a population of 7,647,384. Providence St Mary Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Multicare Valley Hospital are among the top three highest ranked hospitals in the state. In terms of resources, Washington has a cost of living index of 109.5, a grocery index rating of 107.8, and a housing index rating of 117.8. These index ratings are based on a system where 100 is considered the national average and anything above 100 is considered more expensive than said average. Based on natural beauty, Washington ranks 14th in the nation. Washington is ranked 1st in quality of life and 4th in healthcare.
The state of Washington ranks 19th in the country for diversity, and the state is considered LGBTQ friendly. The median age in the state is 38, and 28% of the population is over the age of 55. Thirty percent of Washington residents regularly attend a religious service from one of the state’s 6,114 different congregations. The top three Christian denominations in the state are Evangelical Protestant-25%, Mainline Protestant-13%, and Historically Black Protestant-2%. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-<1%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-<1%. In Washington there are 291 masonic lodges. During the latest presidential election, 37% voted for the Republican candidate while 53% voted for the Democratic candidate.
The average air quality index rating in Washington is 32.4 AQI. The highest seasonal air quality index rating occurs in the month of August with a rating of 77.2 AQI. The average temperature in the summer rises to around 65F. The average high summer temperature is around 92F in the month of July. In the summer, the average low temperature drops to around 40F during the month of June. During the winter, the average temperature in Washington drops to around 35F. The average high winter temperature is around 53F in the month of February. In the winter months, the average low temperature falls to around 14F during the month of December. Washington experiences an average humidity rating of about 71%. Humidity levels tend to reach their peak in the month of December at around 88%. The average amount of precipitation peaks during the month of November at around 18.94 inches. The average monthly precipitation for the state of Washington is around 3.15 inches. While residents of Washington mostly enjoy pleasant conditions, it’s important to be aware of inclement weather as well, which in Washington can include earthquakes (moderate), earthquakes (high), and floods.
The state of Washington has a diverse array of plant and animal life. Local plant life can consist of nook rose, pacific yew, quaking aspen, and buckthorn. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the mountain beaver, the chinook (king) salmon, the rainbow trout, or the pink (humpback) salmon. The state animal of Washington is the Olympic marmot.
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