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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 230 Assisted Living facilities in St. Petersburg 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 St. Petersburg, Florida

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Azalea Manor

112 12th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

(877) 616-7329

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Azalea Manor is a 20 bed senior care facility. It is located within the Historic Old Northeast area of St Petersburg, Florida. Located nearby are churches, retail stores, health care facilities, and other local amenities. They're located just 1.02 miles from St Anthony's Hospital. There are...

Westminster Palms

830 North Shore Drive Northeast, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Westminster Palms is an assisted living community located along the shoreline of St. Petersburg, FL. Our attractive community sits in St. Petersburg's Historic Old Northeast neighborhood right along the waterfront. We are within walking distance of the shore as well as the city's highest rated...

Grand Villa of St. Petersburg

3600 34th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33711

(877) 616-7329

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Welcome to Grand Villa of St. Petersburg Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Residence in St. Petersburg, Florida. We're glad you're here! We are currently in the process of renovating and rejuvenating our new state-of-the-art Assisted Living and Memory Care Community. We are excited to show you all...

Golden Life Manor

200 SE Lincoln Circle N, St. Petersburg, FL 33703

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Westminster Shores

125 56th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705

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Welcome to our waterfront community just steps from the stunning shores of Tampa Bay, in St. Petersburg's Bahama Shores neighborhood! Our campus offers 26 acres of peace and quiet with the Florida-style active living you'll love. Choose from single-family homes, tropical villas and...

Angel Care Assisted Living

4301 31st St, St. Petersburg, FL 33712

(877) 616-7329

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Angel Care Assisted Living residents enjoy home-like suites . Our community is distinctly finished and decorated to be both soothing and easy to navigate for the elderly, without compromising on the homey feel we’re famous for. Feeling a sense of purpose each day is essential to quality living...

Westminster Suncoast

1095 Pinellas Point Dr S, St. Petersburg, FL 33705

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As part of the Westminster Communities in St. Petersburg, Westminster Suncoast, along with Westminster Palms and Westminster Shores, are backed by Westminster Communities of Florida. Westminster Suncoast's picturesque campus provides the opportunity for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor...

Patrick Manor

896 73rd Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33702

(877) 616-7329

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Patrick Manor is an assisted living community located in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida. St. Petersburg is a beautiful city with many fun attractions and beaches nearby for relaxing days on white beaches in blue beautiful water. St. Petersburg has all the night life of the city and...

Toby Weinman Assisted Living

240 59th St. North, St. Petersburg, FL 33710

(877) 616-7329

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Located on the Menorah Manor campus in St. Petersburg, The Toby Weinman Assisted Living Residence provides its residents with an enriching lifestyle that promotes overall physical, intellectual and emotional well-being. Our focus is on providing carefree living and giving residents the freedom to...

Magnolia Gardens ALF

3800 62nd Ave N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781

(877) 616-7329

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Built in 2003 and tucked away on 6 acres, Magnolia Gardens is the only assisted living in Pinellas County that is owned and operated by the Pinellas County Housing Authority. What that means to our resident's and family members is that we stay true to our mission which is, As a leader and...

Brentwood St. Petersburg

6280 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, FL 33707

(877) 616-7329

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Brentwood at St. Pete is the new standard of excellence in providing care to seniors in need of assistance or those living with Diabetes or Alzheimer's Disease. While most communities focus on what you need, here at Brentwood, we focus on both what you want and need to live a rich, full life,...

Addington Place at College Harbor

4600 54th Ave South, St. Petersburg, FL 33711

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Renovated outdoor pool and jacuzziRemodeled salon

American House St. Petersburg (Opening Early 2021)

1101 66th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710

(877) 616-7329

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OPENING FEBRUARY 2021American House St. Petersburg is the newest senior living community in St. Petersburg, Florida, breaking ground in May 2019. Located on the corner of 9th Avenue and 66th Street, this beautiful, contemporary community will offer independent living, assisted living and memory...

Bloom at St. Petersburg

6775 40th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33709

(877) 616-7329

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Bloom at St. Petersburg is a family-owned and operated assisted living and memory care establishment. Since 1965, our goal has been simple yet aspirational: to help our residents flourish. Entering a Bloom community does not mean checking your lifestyle or personality at the door. Residents...

Inspired Living at Ivy Ridge

7179 40th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33709

(877) 616-7329

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Located in northwest St. Petersburg, Inspired Living at Ivy Ridge provides personalized care with assisted living services specifically designed for those with Alzheimer's disease, dementia or other memory impairments. Residents are truly at the center of their care, forming the foundation for a...

Bayside Terrace

9381 US Highway 19 North, Pinellas Park, FL 33782

(877) 616-7329

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When people walk through the doors of Bayside Terrace, they are instantly WOW!-ed. With both comfort and convenience in a prime location, Bayside Terrace offers independent living, assisted living and memory care, ensuring residents never have to move from the community they love, no matter how...

Grand Villa of Pinellas Park

8980 49th Street, Pinellas Park, FL 33782

(877) 616-7329

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Welcome to Grand Villa of Pinellas Park Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Residence in Pinellas Park, Florida. We're glad you're here! We are excited to show you all the wonderful features and amenities of our senior living community. As you explore our web site, we think you'll discover how Grand...

The Pointe

9797 Bay Pines Boulevard, St. Petersburg, FL 33708

(877) 616-7329

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Imagine a place that is familiar and comforting — just like home. If you’re looking for fun and freedom in senior living, our community in St. Petersburg, Florida, might be the right fit for you. With both Assisted Living and memory care on one campus, Have your morning coffee on the patio or...

Freedom Square of Seminole, a CCRC

7800 Liberty Ln, Seminole, FL 33772

(877) 616-7329

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Having fewer chores means more time to connect with your sense of purpose.At our continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Seminole, Florida, you can. With four levels of care on one campus, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing, you’ll have the fun...

Lake Seminole Square, a CCRC

8333 Seminole Boulevard, Seminole, FL 33772

(877) 616-7329

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When it comes to home upkeep, less is more.Our apartments have great natural light and enough room for a garden and a garden party. At our Life Care community in Seminole, Florida, you can have a vacation lifestyle in our six-story, hotel-style community. With both independent living and assisted...

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Assisted Living in St. Petersburg, FL

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living communities provide lodging and care to seniors who need some help with daily things like taking medicines, preparing meals and other personal care needs. Assisted living communities come in all shapes and sizes, so touring them is the best way to figure out which one is most beneficial for you or your family member.

What Services Are Available in Assisted Living?

No one assisted living community is like another. At a minimum, assisted living provides independently minded seniors living accommodations, meals, assistance with things like bathing and dressing as well as a wide range of activities such as for example wellness programs, social events, excursions plus much more, all in a safe and secure environment with their friends.

Assisted Living Vs. Nursing Homes

The word ‘‚¬Assisted Living was initially utilized in the 1980s to explain a new kind of residential living for old individuals that was notably different from more customary nursing home models. Assisted living is created for people who need some help with some day to day activities but who still desire a specific level of independence and who wish to live in an apartment-like setting like a studio or a one-bedroom apartment. Many assisted living communities provide a complete calendar of activities and events and provide a variety of meal options to serve the different tastes and preferences, including restaurant-style options. Small pets are often allowed.

In contrast, the sign of nursing homes is that they supply skilled nursing care. They are designed to meet the needs of seniors and other people who have medical conditions that require 24×7 medical assistance. Meals are generally offered in a common dining room and residents live in private or shared bedrooms. Some nursing homes also present short-term rehabilitative care. Nursing homes today are also called convalescent treatment centers, nursing centers, skilled nursing services 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 individuals dealing with cognitive loss. In fact, 40% of the individuals who live in assisted living in the state of FL are currently living with some form of dementia, according to the National Center for Assisted Living. In general, people living with the earlier levels of Alzheimer s or dementia are best served by assisted living communities while people coping with later stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s need the health care of a nursing facility.

What Is Assisted Living Like?

While every community can be different, here are a few characteristics that most assisted living communities share:

  • They provide different levels of care, occasionally at varied price points.
  • They offer different living options, from studios to one-bedroom apartments.
  • Many allow residents to bring their own pets, including birds, cats and in some cases smaller dogs.
  • They focus on different backgrounds, cultures and passions. Some communities, for instance, are faith-based, while others are multilingual, with activities and dining choices to match. Some are designed for retired armed service veterans or university alumni and are situated on or near bases and campuses.
  • They will often offer communities for couples along with individuals.
  • They vary in size. Some communities have as few as 20 residents, while others many have more than 200.

With so many choices to choose from, choosing the best place can feel mind-boggling. Our Senior Living Advisors can assist. They live in the states and cities they work in. When you talk with a Senior Living Advisor, he or she will ask a few pre-determined questions to better determine what you are interested in, what your budget is and what unique needs your loved one may have. Best of all their guidance is free!

When Is It Time to Consider Assisted Living?

If you are asking this question, chances are that it s time you find out more about senior living. Here are a few other indications that assisted living could be right for both your family member and you.

  • You are worried for your loved one s basic safety.
  • You are concerned they aren’t eating properly.
  • You are concerned about them leaving the house by themselves.
  • You notice they are spending much less time with family and friends.
  • You get a telephone call or note from a friend who is concerned about them.
  • You discover that your loved one may have problems remembering people s names or utilizing a familiar technology like their mobile phone or TV remote control.

If these or other signals are troubling you, take action. Contact A Place for Mom and talk to a Senior Living Advisor today. They are able to answer your questions and help you find out next steps. Best of all, their knowledge is free!

Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings

FL provides families with superb usage of its assisted living inspection and ratings information. Based on our state-by-state review of state information, Florida s assisted living regulation and inspection system is among the most transparent in the country. To find the records of an assisted living community in the wider St. Petersburg area, visit the FloridaHealthFinder.gov site and query by service type to discover inspection reports, licensure data, fines and activities assessed against the community, accessibility to nursing staff, an emergency plan summary and more.

The state of FL requires that all new assisted living residents have a medical exam within a month of move-in to determine an individualized care plan. The state also mandates a minimum number of weekly employee hours based upon 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 find out if an assisted living community is best for your loved one is to visit a community — or better yet, four or five of them! Here are some points to take note of when you tour:

  1. Does the staff interact with the residents?
  2. Is the residence clean, odor free and well taken care of?
  3. Is there a process set up for evaluating the requirements of a new resident?
  4. Can residents request transportation if they need it?
  5. Are the staff professional and respectful?
  6. Are there specific visiting hours or are guests welcome anytime?
  7. Will each resident have a care plan in place?
  8. What happens if a resident s requirements change?
  9. Is there an emergency strategy in place in the event of a natural or manmade disaster?
  10. Do the people who live there remind you of your loved one?

For more tips about what to look for while visiting an assisted living community, visit the Assisted Living Residence Checklist page.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in St. Petersburg, FL?

According to the A Place for Mom Senior Living Cost Index, assisted living in the city of St. Petersburg, FL ranges from $0 to $0 per month..

The Senior Living Cost Index is determined by exactly what A Place for Mom customers paid when they moved to senior living. It is the only price database of its kind. By providing these details, families can understand how much they might save in varied regions of a particular metropolitan area or perhaps a bordering state.

Ready to find out more? Give us a call today to speak with a Senior Living Advisor for more details on pricing in the St. Petersburg, FL area.

How to Pay for Senior Living In St. Petersburg, FL

How to pay for assisted living is among the most frequent questions families have whenever they meet with one of our Senior Living Advisors. Here are some of the most common funding sources for senior living:

  • Personal income or savings. If a senior will not have enough money saved to cover long-term care, it s common for families to pool money to make up the difference.
  • Home equity. Often, seniors sell their home to finance senior living. Occasionally, a bridge loan could be available 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 finance senior care expenditures. Some guidelines may cover other expenses which can be incurred during the move to assisted living, for example hiring a case manager or treatment advisor.
  • Veterans benefits. Many seniors have served in the armed services and may be eligible for support. Because many benefits go unused, so it s worthwhile to check to find out if your loved one or his or her partner might qualify. To learn more, head to va.gov or visit our Guideline to VA Benefits and Long-Term Care page.
  • Sale of a life insurance policy. There are many ways to make use of life insurance coverage to finance senior living depending on the kind of plan you have. Consult with a life insurance or economic advisor to understand about whether this option might function for your situation.

Many family members assume that Medicare can help pay for assisted living, but it only covers short-term care. For more information, head to medicare.gov.

Understanding Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living costs differ broadly from community to community, so it pays to carry out your research. Here are some elements that can impact how much you pay:

  • Type of residence
  • Size of apartment (studio, one- or two-bedroom accommodation)
  • Types of services needed
  • Geographical location
  • Precise location of the community
  • Level of high end amenities

Assisted living communities frequently charge a flat rate that covers many basic services, with supplemental costs applied for unique services. Various other communities will charge a fee for each service, referred to as a la carte payment, to ensure that residents pay just for the options they use. Typically, the monthly base rate covers only rent and meals, with care charged separately. Entrance fees and deposits are also frequently required. Fees and prices vary by community, so it s important to talk to communities you are exploring about their costs and offerings.

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

About Senior Living in St. Petersburg, FL

With its low tax prices and tropical weather, the state of FL is among probably the most well-known areas in the United States for seniors. The Area Agency on Aging for Florida offers an abundance of resources for seniors and their families. There are 230 communities in the St. Petersburg area and our local Senior Living Advisors are ready to explain them to you, give us a call today!

Frequently asked questions about Assisted Living facilities in Florida

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