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Linda Manor Assisted Living

345 Haydenville Road, Leeds, MA 01053

(12 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Linda Manor Assisted Living is an assisted living community, located in the quiet, historic village of Leeds, MA. This modern community is situated in a wooded setting, near transportation for shopping and appointments. Leeds, a part of the City of Northampton, MA, is nestled in the Berkshire...

The Wellington at Springfield

942 Grayson Dr, Springfield, MA 01119

(95 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Be inspired to live life to the fullest when taking up residence at The Wellington at Springfield. Our Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Springfield, MA Sixteen Acres/East Longmeadow/Wilbraham line, enriches the lives of seniors by providing an environment that is...

Farmington Station, A Senior Living Residence

111 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032

(50 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Located within the charming residential Farmington Station neighborhood only minutes from historic downtown, the new Farmington Station offers local seniors service-enriched Assisted Living and a state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® featuring innovative, evidence-based...

Brookdale Eddy Pond West

669 Washington Street, Auburn, MA 01501

(43 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Freedom to Live WellGet ready to exchange cooking, cleaning and laundry for a rich and full retirement experience. At our assisted living and memory care community in Auburn, Massachusetts, we handle the household chores so you can spend more time doing the things you love. With cozy private...

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River Ridge at Avon

101 Bickford Extension, Avon, CT 06001

(38 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

River Ridge at Avon is nestled in a quiet, residential neighborhood in the heart of beautiful Farmington Valley. We are conveniently located off Route 44 in the charming town of Avon, minutes from wonderful shops, dining, entertainment, and medical offices. Our superb location complements the...

The Village at Buckland Court

432 Buckland Road, South Windsor, CT 06074

(36 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, Semi-Private

The Village at Buckland Court is a charming 'country estate' nestled amidst beautiful farm land, with expansive lawns and gardens. Inspiring outdoor sitting areas, a gazebo, and an herb garden provide the setting for arts, leisure, and fitness activities. Private walking paths and gazebos grace...

The Reserve at East Longmeadow

741 Parker Street, East Longmeadow, MA 01028

(38 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

The Reserve at East Longmeadow is a new and exceptional assisted living and memory care community in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts. East Longmeadow is a beautiful city just outside of Springfield, one of the 'greenest' cities in the country with over 2,400 acres of parks. Springfield is also the...

Brookdale Gables Farmington

20 Devonwood Drive, Farmington, CT 06032

(35 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed

Quality Care and Peace of MindIf you want to exchange the humdrum senior living experience for one that offers you personalized care plans, a warm and welcoming atmosphere with resort-like amenities and endless opportunities to engage in activities, programs and events, look no further. Our...

Armbrook Village

551 North Road, Westfield, MA 01085

(30 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Armbrook Village offers seniors a secure, supportive and independent lifestyle. The community features both independent and assisted living options as well as a state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support Neighborhood featuring innovative, research-based programming for those with memory loss...

Brookdale West Hartford

22 Simsbury Road, West Hartford, CT 06117

(35 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Live The Life You WantNo one deserves to spend their golden years worrying about being alone in the event of an emergency or caring the heavy burden of family care alone. That’s why our assisted living and memory care community is here to provide personalized care plans, spacious and comfortable...

Atria Greenridge Place

One Elizabeth Court, Rocky Hill, CT 06067

(30 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

At Atria Greenridge Place, you'll enjoy all the comforts of home and just the right amount of discreet support to help you live independently. This inviting community is situated in a residential neighborhood in Rocky Hill, next to Wethersfield and Newington. You'll find warm, friendly neighbors...

Atria Hamilton Heights

One Hamilton Heights Drive, West Hartford, CT 06119

(35 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Conveniently located in West Hartford, Connecticut, near the dining and shopping of Blue Back Square, Atria Hamilton Heights provides a luxurious lifestyle in one of New England's finest neighborhoods. Our community offers daily opportunities for older adults to stay active, including movie...

The Residence at South Windsor Farms

200 Deming Street, South Windsor, CT 06074

(29 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Windsor, our beautiful, new community is nestled on spectacular farmland, boasting easy proximity to great shopping, houses of worship, Wapping Park, I-84 and all of the wonderful cultural and recreational attractions in the area.We offer 80 apartments; a combination of 31 studio, 27 one-bedroom...

Brookdale South Windsor

1715 Ellington Road, South Windsor, CT 06074

(32 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Brookdale South Windsor is now open for in person visits and move ins!!! Such exciting news - we can now share our family like community with you and your loved one in person ( with safety precautions of course) but you all can see the apartment of your choice. We can also move new resident in...

Brandywine Living at Litchfield

19 Constitution Way, Litchfield, CT 06759

(27 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, Semi-Private

Life is beautiful at Brandywine Senior Living.  We have luxurious individual suites with a private bath and kitchen area.  Meanwhile, on the other side of your door are services to meet your needs, and entertainment to enliven your spirit.  With on-site–not–on–call licensed nurses only steps...

Sunrise of Leominster

6 Beth Avenue, Leominster, MA 01453

(26 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, Semi-Private

Sunrise Assisted Living of Leominster is centrally located at the corner of Central Street and Beth Ave, surrounded by a residential neighborhood with easy access to Routes 2, 12 and 190. Inside and out, we offer superbly decorated common areas including beautiful dining areas, living room with...

Prosper at Monastery Height

110 Monastery Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089

(27 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Built in 1923 and prominently overlooking the city of West Springfield, Our Lady of Sorrows Monastery was renovated in 1999 to become Landmark at Monastery Heights, Senior Living Community. The beautiful building overlooks 18 spectacular acres of lawns, walking paths, and gardens and house 105...

Dodge Park Rest Home

101 Randolph Rd, Worcester, MA 01606

(22 reviews)

Studio, Semi-Private

Welcome to Dodge Park, Thank you for your interest in Dodge Park Rest Home and Day Club. Dodge Park Rest Home is pleased to continue its tradition of service to the community. This year (2012) will be a milestone for Dodge Park Rest Home and Day Club, when we will celebrating our 45 years...

Benchmark Senior Living at Shrewsbury Crossings

311 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

(24 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed

Residents of Shrewsbury Crossings enjoy the pleasure of a close-knit community, the privacy of a spacious apartment home, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing our staff is always available to cater to their individual needs. Our spacious assisted living apartments have room for favorite...

Orchard Valley At Wilbraham

2387 Boston Rd, Wilbraham, MA 01095

(24 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed

Orchard Valley at Wilbraham blends the best of assisted living with a small town atmosphere. Known for its working farms and annual peach festival, our community embodies close family ties, fond memories and lasting traditions. Just a short drive from Main Street in Wilbraham, MA, Orchard Valley...

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Cost of assisted living in Northampton, MA

Assisted living 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.

Monthly average assisted living cost comparisons
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  • $5,609
  • $5,027
    Northampton, MA
  • $5,144
    Westfield, MA
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    Ludlow, MA
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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.

What is assisted living?

Assisted living is long-term care for seniors who are generally active and independent, but who require increased supervision and help with some daily tasks. Staff can assist residents with activities of daily living like dressing, bathing, and medication management. Assisted living is also a good option for seniors seeking more socialization. Services and amenities in assisted living facilities often include:

  • Housekeeping
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Help with personal care
  • Laundry
  • Social activities and outings
  • 24-hour emergency response
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Assisted Living in Northampton, Massachusetts

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living is one type of senior care that delivers residents support with activities of daily living (ADLs). Residents in assisted living should expect to get support with ADLs that include bathing, dressing, medication management, meals and more. Not to be mixed up with a skilled nursing community where occupants receive nursing services around the clock, residents in assisted living routinely have access to personnel 24 hours a day while likewise enjoying engaging activities and a solid sense of community. Sometimes, assisted living communities have support for seniors with certain medical requirements such as cognitive impairment from Alzheimer s disease or a related form of dementia, diabetes, or incontinence care.

Deciding which kind of senior care you or your family member needs is usually a stressful decision. To make sure you are selecting the proper level of care, speak with a medical professionall. You may also call our Senior Living Advisors who are ready to answer any of your inquiries and help you select a senior care community that meets your needs.

What Services Are Available?

Amenities and assistance offered in assisted living may differ greatly in each community. Generally, most communities give you a range of accommodation types, meal plans, transportation, and more.

Other amenities often found in assisted living include:

  • Medical services
  • Physical and rehabilitation therapies on-site and off-site
  • Activities and events calendar
  • Exercise and nutrition programs
  • Housekeeping services
  • Medication administration
  • Transportation services

How Do I Tour Assisted Living communities?

It is highly recommended that you tour several assisted living communities before choosing the best one suitable for you or your family member. Touring several communities will help you discover what options can be found, what your own preferences are, and can ultimately assist you in making a decision. Contact or contact A Place for Mom and we will help you organize a tour at your desired community.

Below are a few of the top questions you’ll want to be prepared to ask throughout your tour:

  • Are the current residents friendly and content?
  • Are there services not contained in the monthly price? If so, what are they and how much can they cost?
  • Is a nurse generally available night and day?
  • Is an initial evaluation required before entry?
  • Is there a waitlist? If so, how long might it be before you can move in?
  • Is there a courtyard or patio for people to enjoy space outdoors?
  • What are your unit accommodation choices?
  • What exactly are your billing and monthly payment guidelines and procedures?
  • What does the outside of the community look like? Is it neat and in good appearance?
  • What’s the staff-to-resident ratio? Are the team members involved? Nice?
  • What’s your discharge plan?
  • What is your prescription administration plan?
  • What kind of know-how and techniques do your staff possess?

Will Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

As the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities and people with End-Stage Renal Disease, Medicare can play an important role in paying for some senior care.

But, it is important to comprehend what Medicare will pay for and what it will not. If the beneficiary has been in the hospital for at least three days, Medicare will cover short-term skilled nursing care linked to hospitalization for 100 days, if your doctor recommends it.

Medicare has four main parts:

  1. Part A, Hospital Insurance: This helps pay for inpatient care in a hospital or skilled nursing community (following a hospital stay), home health care and hospice care.
  2. Part B, Medical Insurance: This can help pay for services provided by doctors and different healthcare providers, outpatient care, many preventive care services, durable medical equipment, plus some home health care expenses.
  3. Part C, Medicare Advantage: These plans are available in many areas. People with Medicare Parts A and B can choose to receive all of their health care services, including Part D prescription drugs if a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan (MAPD) is selected, through one of these provider organizations under Part C.
  4. Part D, Prescription Drug Coverage: This helps pay for prescription medications.
  5. Medicare covers medically necessary skilled care at a nursing home only when you will need short-term skilled care for an illness or injury and you meet certain conditions. To learn more about Medicare benefits, download A Place for Mom s Medicare Resource Guide.

How Can I See Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings in Massachusetts?

The state of Massachusetts offers great access to its assisted living community records through it’s Executive Office of Elder Affairs website. Available data includes licensed assisted living communities that are updated frequently, and info on assisted living licensing and violations.

In the state of Massachusetts, assisted living communities are required for legal reasons to:

  • Provide enough staff to look after residents, but are not required to have a nurse on staff 24 hours a day
  • Provide assistance and oversight with bathing, dressing, and mobility to all residents which have these activities in their service plan
  • Provide each resident with a written service plan that includes a doctor s evaluation and evaluation

How Do I Choose the best Assisted Living Community?

Choosing the assisted living community that’s right for you and your family member is definitely one of the most important decisions you can make. Throughout your visit, consider the caliber of attention that a loved one may receive. The decision of if, when and where to move resides solely with you as well as your family, so think about what factors are ultimately important to you. Also you can read through some of the 688 reviews about communities in the greater Northampton area. Here are some facts to consider:

  • Activities: It s a good idea to try to schedule your tour together with community events. Ask the manager when you can check out the activities and even participate. Are the activities and events well attended? Does the staff seem to be having fun with the experience as well? Take a look at the community calendar of events. Do they meet your loved one s hobbies? Do the activities and get-togethers vary in size and type? Do they incorporate outings and trips away from the community? If it is important to you and your family, Don’t forget to ask about faith based services.
  • Cleanliness: Will the community feel clean and fresh? Be sure to look beyond furniture and into baseboards, crevices, and windows. Ask how frequently housekeeping is included in the personal living space. Be sure you get total information on the types of maintenance provided and the estimated response times. Don’t forget to ask about laundry procedures. Gather specifics on what is available and at what expense.
  • Friendliness: The frame of mind and friendliness of the personnel are of the most importance. Ensure that you observe different workers interacting with current occupants. Do they pay attention and make eye contact? Ensure that you acquire a good knowledge of the staffing routine. How many people are actually involved in residents care? Ensure you obtain an introduction to the management group. This can help you understand the goals of the community. It is important that you trust the property s personnel.
  • Meals: Much like the majority of us, the dining area experience is vital to seniors. When touring communities, it is important to discuss entree choices and learn about dining hours, options, and procedures. Be sure you and your family member try a meal at community. Not only is it a terrific way to sample the cuisine, but it s a great opportunity to meet other residents. Make sure you discuss what goes on if a resident cannot make it to the dining area for meals.
  • Reputation: Ask people and family members, past and present, for his or her honest views about the community. Many communities have a resident council which will be happy to answer any of your questions.
  • Security and safety: Safety and security features are incredibly important and offer assurance for the caregiver. Ensure that bathrooms are easy to get to and also have grab bars in convenient spots. Ask how residents contact the staff if they have a crisis within their living area. Learn about other safety features available in living quarters and through the entire community. Make sure you find out about staffing patterns to determine who’s on-site consistently to aid residents. Are there registered nurses on-site? How do staffing routines differ during the night? How does the community assist or manage residents medication needs?
  • Trust your gut: When you are visiting, make sure you think about yourself or your family member actually living at community. Can you imagine your family member feeling contented? Do you feel at ease? Are the staff and residents open, welcoming and friendly?

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Northampton, MA?

The average cost of assisted living in the state of Massachusetts in 2018 was $5,495 monthly while the average monthly cost for Northampton ranges from $3617 to $7281 monthly. Costs for assisted living communities can vary widely depending on amenities, area, and services, therefore if the cost is an issue consider looking into local surrounding areas and towns might give you more overall flexibility in your budget.

To find out more on assisted living costs, visit A Place for Mom s Senior Living Cost Planner, based on the actual prices families pay when they transfer to assisted living and it is the only cost index of its kind.

How to Finance Assisted Living

Many families experience sticker shock when starting their hunt for senior living. How exactly to finance senior care can be an obstacle for care. Many families fund a move to assisted living through the sale of a residence or personal savings, but for some persons, this may not be an option.

Here are three other options that will assist you finance assisted living:

  1. Life Insurance Policies: If the senior getting into assisted living has a life insurance policy, you could be in a position to liquidate the policy and receive funds now to cover senior care costs. Different constraints and regulations apply according to the kind of coverage you have, so call a monetary advisor or eldercare lawyer to learn more about your options.
  2. Reverse Mortgages: For senior couples who may have different care requirements, a reverse mortgage could be a good way for just one person to move into assisted living while another remains in the home. A reverse mortgage allows property owners aged 62 or older to borrow against their home equity. To find out more, get in touch with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to look for a reverse mortgage counseling agency in your area or contact the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.
  3. Veterans Benefits: Many veterans are unaware they are eligible for senior care benefits. The Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit has helped a large number of families afford assisted living. To qualify, veterans must be at least 65 years old and have served at least 90 days of active duty, with at least one day during what the Veterans Administration considers ‘‚¬Ëœactive wartime periods . Qualifying widows and widowers of veterans may also be able to receive benefits. With the existing average age of U.S. veterans at 64 years old, it s worth it to determine if your family member may qualify for benefits. To learn more about benefits for veterans, see get in touch with the Massachusetts Department of Veterans Affairs or check out

For more ideas about how to finance your move to senior living, get in touch with A Place for Mom to talk to a Senior Living Advisor today.

Five Questions to Ask When Touring an Assisted Living community

There s no question that choosing an assisted living community is often overwhelming. However, considering these five essential things when considering making the move to assisted living can help you make a better-educated decision:

  1. How many staff are on hand to assist at night? Some assisted living communities provide nursing staff night and day, while others may have more generalized help available after hours. It is not required that night and day care be offered in assisted living in Massachusetts.
  2. Will there be a waitlist? Here is where doing your homework can really pay off – plan in advance! Sought after communities can fill fast. If the main one you like isn’t available, enquire about the waitlist and what the community s guideline is for administering it. Many communities will require a deposit and some communities have internal lists for special care needs.
  3. Will there be an outdoor space? Going to assisted living will not mean you or your loved one needs to surrender a beloved yard or patio space. If accessing a gardening area, an outdoor patio or a courtyard is definitely very important to your loved one, search for a community that provides residents that space. Many larger assisted living communities give a range of outdoor spaces, with features such as walking paths, gardens and BBQ places for community events.
  4. What’s the staff-to-resident ratio? According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 25% of assisted living communities have a ratio of 1 personal care associate for each 23 residents. Staffing may differ widely depending on the size of the community, so make certain to ask about the communities you would like. Ultimately, you want to find out if this community will supply your family member with the help and support they want?
  5. What services are as part of the monthly rate? Understand what is going to be included in the basic fee structure and what might incur additional expense before signing any contract. Some communities use a fee-for-service model, or a la carte prices, which means they charge a monthly fee for rent and meals but additional charges for things such as medication management. Others could use a tiered pricing model where different levels of services are charged different costs. Eldercare lawyers can review these contracts and assist you to with any discrepancies.

Contact us for more info on what to search for when visiting an assisted living community.

What Else Should I Consider When Choosing a Community?

There s no shortage of senior care options in Northampton – this is why we have Senior Living Advisors ready to help. They are experts in helping match seniors to the communities that are the best fit for his or her budget, care needs, and personality.

Here are a few things to bear in mind during your search:

  • Focus on current circumstances. What will your loved one need today? Do they need support bathing and dressing? Do they have special needs like limited ability to see or special diets? Take into account the here and now, not what may have been their decision ten or 15 years back.
  • When possible, tour at least three communities. Focus on scheduled tours and consider having a meal with the residents. If none of them seem like a good fit, ask your Senior Living Advisor for more options and Don’t hesitate to ask questions and take notes while you re there.
  • Look at community through your loved one s lens – not your own. It could be easy to end up being swayed by the amenities and features you might decide for yourself, but eventually it comes down to what will work best for your loved one. Would they benefit from the benefits of a larger community or be more comfortable in a small, more intimate environment?

The process of selecting the most appropriate assisted living community can be confusing, but we are here to help you navigate your senior care search.

Call A Place for Mom today – we can help relieve your stress while saving you money and time, ultimately finding a location that meets your price range and care requirements.

What Is Senior Living Like in Massachusetts?

Massachusetts is a lovely state with a rich history. Senior living residents in Massachusetts enjoy access to big city services while also enjoying picturesque East Coast charm. The state has four distinct seasons, boasting gorgeous fall foliage, scenic winter countryside, bright spring flowers, and hot summer months days to be enjoyed at the state s shoreline.

When it comes to choosing senior living in Northampton, MA, there are various points to consider, from the amount of health care and help and support to quality of life, location and more. Massachusetts has many choices available so that you can make a confident and educated decision for your family.

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