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Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Assisted Living communities. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one; and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 916 Assisted Living facilities in Land O' Lakes 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.

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Assisted Living near Land O' Lakes, Florida

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Shiela's Home Care

2730 Blueslate Court, Land O' Lakes, FL 34638

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Celebrating life in a family home setting, Shiela's Home Care Is an alternative to large assisted living facilities. We have been operating in the industry for 12 years and are a 5/Star rated facility. Licensed for 5/beds, we welcome your loved one into our home, a 4200 square feet private living...

Keystone Place at Terra Bella

2200 Livingstone Rd., Land O' Lakes, FL 34638

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Angels Senior Living at Connerton Court

21021 Betel Palm Ln, Land O' Lakes, FL 34638

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Connerton Court strives to provide an assisted living community to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of its residents, embracing 'excellence' as its only acceptable standard. Our facility features a chapel, movie theater, and activity rooms for games, arts and crafts, or exercise....

Angels Senior Living at Lodges of Idlewild

18440 Exciting Idlewild Blvd, Lutz, FL 33548

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Angels Senior Living at The Lodges of Idlewild is an assisted living and memory care apartment community. We have 24 secured memory care apartments and 68 apartments for assisted living and independent residents. Our community is the perfect fit for your loved one if you are seeking excellence in...

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American House Lutz

414 Chapman Rd E, Lutz, FL 33549

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Situated on five acres, surrounded by trees, ponds and native wildlife, Atria Lutz is a vibrant community designed to help older people enjoy the benefits of an active lifestyle – and experience greater well-being.This inviting residence offers a selection of studio, one- and two-bedroom...

Brighton Gardens of Tampa

16702 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, FL 33618

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Located just minutes from community hospitals and one mile south of Van Dyke Road on Dale Mabry Highway, Brighton Gardens of Tampa is nestled on the northwest edge of the city, just south of the farmlands of Pasco County. We pride ourselves in our continuity of care provided by experienced...

Magnolia Manor Assisted Living

17420 Old Tobacco Road, Lutz, FL 33558

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Magnolia Manor is an assisted living community located in the charming southern town of Lutz, FL. This is the type of town where everyone waves a friendly hello and people from out of town are made to feel at home. Not only do the residents feel the welcoming atmosphere of Lutz, but visiting...

Renaissance North Tampa

16001 Lakeshore Villa Dr, Tampa, FL 33613

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Allegro is an upscale senior living community in Tampa, Florida.Allegro has been renovated with an upscale, modern feel and offers a continuum of care without expensive buy-ins. This multi-million-dollar renovation brings a renewed vibe and reawakened energy to the community.

Legacy at Highwoods Preserve

18600 Highwoods Preserve Pkwy, Thonotosassa, FL 33592

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Legacy at Highwoods Preserve is an assisted living community located in Tampa, Florida which is in Hillsborough County. The environment of this community is that of a luxurious resort. Residents will always have a variety of things that they can choose to participate in every day. From emotional...

Beach House Assisted Living & Memory Care at Wiregrass Ranch

30070 State Rd 56, Wesley Chapel, FL 33543

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Welcome to Beach House Assisted Living and Memory Care at Wiregrass Ranch! Here at Beach House, we believe your golden years are an opportunity to meet new people, reconnect with family and enjoy fun experiences. We celebrate our community members’ interests and abilities and help residents live...

Elmcroft of Carrollwood

2626 West Bearss Avenue, Tampa, FL 33618

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Lease by April 30 and your New Resident Fee is just $99!*We are continuing to admit new Residents, where possible and appropriate, to help residents and families in need. We will do all we can to help those who are in need of our services now and always.We are now offering Virtual Tours of our...

The Colonnade at Northdale

3401 West Bearss Avenue, Tampa, FL 33618

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This is the luxurious senior lifestyle you’ve been looking for.Our Tampa community offers exceptional assisted living and memory care services to exceptional seniors. One visit, and you’ll see the difference before you even walk through our front doors, with our landscaped exterior befitting a...

Angels Senior Living at North Tampa

14527 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33613

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Angels Senior Living at North Tampa was built in 1978 for the sole purpose of caring for the elderly. We have been caring for the elderly for over 3 decades and have a loving and caring staff around the clock available to take care of our residents. We come from a down home country background and...

Angels Senior Living At New Tampa LLC

14712 N 42nd St, Tampa, FL 33613

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Angels Senior Living in New Tampa is an 80 bed assisted living and memory care community. We have 24 secured memory care apartments, 8 extended care apartments, and 48 apartments for assisted living/independent residents. Our memory care was designed in conjunction with representatives from USF...

Arden Courts of Tampa

14950 Casey Rd, Tampa, FL 33624

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For nearly 25 years, Arden Courts Memory Care has catered to the special needs of individuals with memory loss. Staffed by specially trained caregivers, Arden Courts cares for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Each community features home like common areas,...

Atrium Gardens Assisted Living

1513 West Fletcher Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612

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Atrium Gardens is a stand alone community, family owned and operated, dedicated to memory care. Offering an all inclusive, first class service for elders with long or short term care. We understand the challenges you face caring for a loved one experiencing memory loss - and the need for a...

The Colonnade at Carrollwood

13550 South Village Drive, Tampa, FL 33618

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Build Your Best LifeYou’ll find that our Tampa area community is built from the ground up for one thing: you. Each of our spaces, from your personalizable apartment to our large, carefully decorated community living room, is built to maximize that home sweet home feeling. We are located in the...

Best Care Senior Living at Heritage Manor

1908 E 131st Ave, Tampa, FL 33612

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Annie's Assisted Living Facility

2601 Campus Hill Drive, Tampa, FL 33612

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Annie’s Senior Living is an assisted living facility located in beautiful Tampa, Florida. We seek to provide a homelike setting for our residents who may require additional assistance with daily living activities. Our mission is to provide the highest level of care so that our residents can age...

Colonial at Tampa

11722 N 17th Street, Tampa, FL 33612

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Colonial Assisted Living at TampaColonial Assisted Living at Tampa is an assisted living community situated in the sunny region of Tampa, Florida. The lovely community belongs to a city that has been one of the most popular places for families and seniors to live for years. With year round...

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Assisted Living in Land O' Lakes, FL

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living communities provide lodging and care to seniors who need some assistance with day-by-day tasks like taking medications, preparing meals and keeping up with housecleaning. Assisted living communities come in all shapes and sizes, so touring them may be the most effective way to figure out which one is best for you or your family member.


What Services Are Offered in Assisted Living?

No one assisted living community is like another. At the very least, assisted living provides independently minded seniors meals and snack foods, help with things like bathing and dressing, and an array of activities such as for example health and fitness programs, social occasions, excursions plus much more, all in a safe and secure setting among people their age.


If you are considering assisted living, you ve probably run into the acronym ADLs, which stands for the Activities of Daily Living. These consist of:

  • Bathing and showering
  • Toileting
  • Dressing
  • Feeding (however, not meal planning)
  • Continence
  • Functional mobility, which include getting in and out of a bed or seat

Established in the 1950s, ADLs assess a person’s general health and function. In general, older adults who can take care of ADLs by themselves but who are thinking about a switch to senior living may be better candidates for independent living. For those who have questions in what care type is the best suit for your loved one, call A Place for Mom. Our Senior Living Advisors can answer any questions you might have about assisted living, independent living, memory care, life plan communities and even more.


Assisted Living Vs. Nursing Homes

The word ‘‚¬Assisted Living was first used in the 1980s to describe a new kind of residential living for older adults that was notably different from more regular nursing home designs. Assisted living is made for individuals who want some assistance with day to day activities but who still desire level of independence and who wish to live in an apartment-like environment such as a studio or a one-bedroom apartment. A large number of assisted living communities offer a complete schedule of activities and events and provide multiple meal choices to focus on many different tastes and preferences, including special diet plans and restaurant-style options. Small pets are often allowed.

In comparison, the hallmark of nursing homes is that they offer skilled nursing care. They are created to meet the requirements of seniors and others who have health conditions that need to have 24×7 medical assistance. Meals are usually served in a communal dining area and residents reside in individual or shared bedrooms. Some nursing homes also give short-term therapeutic care. Nursing homes today are also called convalescent care centers, nursing centers, skilled nursing communities and long-term care communities. Because they provide more help and support, nursing homes are more costly than assisted living communities.

Both skilled nursing and assisted living communities may offer memory care, which is specific support for people coping with cognitive impairment. In fact, 40% of the individuals who live in the state of FL are currently living with some form of dementia, based on the National Center for Assisted Living. Generally, people living with the initial levels of Alzheimer s or dementia are effectively supported by assisted living communities while people living with later levels of Alzheimer’s require the health care of a nursing home.


What Is Assisted Living Like?

Whilst every community is usually unique, here are a few features that a majority of assisted living communities share:

  • They offer assorted levels of care, sometimes at different prices.
  • They offer different living options, from studios to one-bedroom apartments.
  • Many permit residents to bring their private pets, including birds, cats and in some cases little dogs.
  • They cater to different backgrounds, cultures and interests. Some communities, for instance, are faith-based, while some are multilingual, with activities and dining options to complement. Still more are created for retired armed service or college alumni and sometimes are even located on or near college campuses.
  • They could offer accommodations for married couples along with individuals.
  • They range in size. Some communities have as few as 20 residents, while others many have significantly more than 200.

With so many options to choose from, finding the right community can seem mind-boggling. Our Senior Living Advisors will assist. They live in the areas they serve. When you talk to a Senior Living Advisor, she or he will ask a few questions to better understand what you are interested in, what your budget is and what special wants your loved one may have. Best of all their help and advice is no cost!


When Is It Time to Consider Assisted Living?

If you are asking this question, chances are good that it s time you find out more about senior living. Below are a few other indications that assisted living could be ideal for both your loved one and your family:

  • You are concerned for your loved one s health and safety.
  • You are worried they aren’t eating properly.
  • You feel concerned about them leaving the home all alone.
  • You notice they are spending less time with friends and family.
  • You get a telephone call or note from a neighbor who’s worried about them.
  • You discover that your family member may have difficulty recalling people s names or using a familiar technology like their cellular phone or television remote.

If these or additional symptoms are worrying you, do something. Contact A Place for Mom and speak to a Senior Living Advisor today. They can answer your questions and help you find out next steps. On top of that, their resources is free of charge!


Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings

FL supplies families with exceptional access to its assisted living inspection and ratings information. Based on our state-by-state review of state records , FL s assisted living regulation and inspection system is among the most transparent in the nation. To find the records of an assisted living community in the wider Land O' Lakes area, go to the FloridaHealthFinder.gov site and search by service type to get inspection reviews, licensure data, fines and actions assessed against the community, option of nursing staff, an emergency power plan overview and more.

The state of FL mandates that all new assisted living residents have a medical evaluation within 4 weeks of move-in to identify an personalized care program. The state also mandates the absolute minimum number of weekly employee hours based on the number of individuals who reside in a community to ensure care plans will be accommodated.


10 Things to Look For When Touring an Assisted Living community

The best way to figure out if an assisted living community is best for your family member is to visit one — or better yet, four or five of them! Here are some things to observe when you tour:

  1. Does the personnel connect to the residents?
  2. Is the home clean, odor-free and well looked after?
  3. Is there a process in place for determining the needs of a brand new resident?
  4. Can residents arrange for transport if they need it?
  5. Are the staff professional and respectful?
  6. Are there particular visiting times or are friends and family welcome anytime?
  7. Does each resident have a care plan set up?
  8. What happens if a resident s needs change?
  9. Is there an emergency plan in place in the event of a natural or manmade disaster?
  10. Do the individuals who live there remind you of your family member?

For more tips about the things to look for while touring an assisted living community, see our Planning and Advice webpages.


How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Land O' Lakes, FL?

Based on the A Place for Mom Senior Living Cost Index, assisted living in the town of Land O' Lakes, FL ranges from $0 to $0 per month. The Senior Living Cost Index is based on what A Place for Mom clients paid after they moved into senior living. It is the only price database of its kind. By giving this information, families can understand how much they might save in different parts of a particular metro area or even a neighboring state.

Ready to learn more? Check out our Senior Living Cost Index web page to find out what costs are in your town.


How to Pay for Senior Living In Land O' Lakes, FL

How to finance assisted living is one of the most typical questions families have if they meet with one of our Senior Living Advisors. Here are some of the most typical funding resources for senior living:

  • Personal income or savings. If a senior will not have enough funds saved to pay for long-term care, it s common for family members to pool funds to make up the difference.
  • Home equity. Many times, seniors sell their homes to fund senior living. Occasionally, a bridge loan could be offered to help cover the price of moving while the house is prepared for sale.
  • Long-term care insurance. This special kind of insurance is made to cover senior care expenses. Some policies could cover various other expenditures which can be incurred during the transition to assisted living, such as acquiring a case manager or care coordinator.
  • Veterans benefits. Many seniors have served in the armed service and may qualify for help and support. Because benefits go untouched, it s worth it to check to discover if your loved one or his or her partner might meet the requirements. For more information, go to va.gov or see our Guide to VA Benefits and Long-Term Care for more details.
  • Sale of a life insurance policy. There are several methods to use life insurance to finance senior living based on the kind of policy you have. Consult with a life insurance or financial counselor to learn about whether this program might work for your situation.

Many family members assume that Medicare will assist pay for assisted living, however it can only cover short-term care. To learn more, go to Medicare’s internet site.


Understanding Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living costs vary broadly from community to community, so that it makes sense to perform your research. Here are some items that can impact how much you spend:

  • Kind of residence
  • Size of apartment (studio, one- or two-bedroom house)
  • Types of solutions needed
  • Geographical area
  • Located area of the community
  • Level of extravagance

Assisted living communities often charge a flat rate that addresses many basic services, with additional charges added on for particular services. Additional communities will charge a service charge for each individual service, referred to as a la carte payment, so that residents pay just for the support they use. In most cases, the monthly base fee includes only rent and meals, with care billed separately. Entrance costs and deposits are also often expected. Fees and rates vary by community, therefore it s necessary to talk to communities you are visiting about their costs and services.

For more information about assisted living costs and charge structures, contact a Senior Living Advisor at A Place for Mom.


About Senior Living in Land O' Lakes, FL

Because of its low tax prices and tropical climate, the state of FL is among probably the most sought after locations in the United States for seniors. The Area Agency on Aging for FL offers an abundance of information for seniors and their families. Get in touch with A Place for Mom to discover more about the more than 916 assisted living communities in Land O' Lakes, FL.

Frequently asked questions about Assisted Living facilities in Florida

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