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Cache Valley Assisted Living

233 N Main St, Providence, UT 84332

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Providence Assisted Living is situated in an ideal residential setting close to the mountains and beautiful scenery. We are a 40-bed facility, which allows for close interaction between the staff, residents and family members. We provide activities pertinent to the needs of the residents and we...

Legacy House of Logan

330 East 1400 North, Logan, UT 84341

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The more we do for ourselves, the healthier we are and the better we feel. Nevertheless, there comes a time when we all could use some help with basic activities like dressing, bathing, grooming, or taking medications. Providing just the right amount of help is what we do best at Legacy House...

The Gables of North Logan Memory Care

455 East 2500 North, North Logan, UT 84341

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We have some of the best quality housing around! From spacious rooms with kitchenettes to a full bath in every room, our goal is to make you feel comfortable! We care to your every need with 24 hour staffing and 24 hour on call nursing support. We will do all we can to make you comfortable and...

The Gables Assisted Living & Memory Care of Brigham City

997 South 800 West, Brigham City, UT 84302

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We have some of the best quality housing around! From spacious rooms with kitchenettes to a full bath in every room, our goal is to make you feel comfortable! We care to your every need with 24 hour staffing and 24 hour on call nursing support. We will do all we can to make you comfortable and...

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The Auberge at North Ogden

1340 N Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84404

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The Auberge at North Ogden offers both assisted living and memory care to seniors in the Weber County, Utah area. We are located in a residential area but still close to many retail and dining options. We are fortunate enough to be near beautiful natural woodland areas and mountains including the...

The Lodge in North Ogden (Now Open)

204 East 1700 N, Ogden, UT 84404

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Aspen Park Assisted Living

2325 Madison Ave, Ogden, UT 84401

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Stoney Brooke of Riverdale

4390 S 700 West, Ogden, UT 84405

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Stoney Brooke Assisted Living is a senior residential care home located in the small city of Riverdale, UT and in Weber county. Riverdale is a quaint city with less than 8000 residents in total. It is home to Schneiter's Riverside Golf and the Hill Aerospace Museum. The group home setting is...

Legacy House Assisted Living of Ogden

5526 Adams Ave, Washington Terrace, UT 84405

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Help with day-to-day living. Our Assisted Living Comunities are designed for seniors who can no longer manage on their own but do not require intensive, 24-hour medical care. Assisted living provides a combination of residential living, health and recreational services, and help with daily living...

Peachtree Place Assisted Living and Memory Care

4607 Midland Dr, West Haven, UT 84401

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Welcome Home to Peachtree PlaceOne of the reasons Members tell us they move into Peachtree Place is, so they and their families have peace in knowing they never have to move again. Peachtree Places continuum of Care is second to none.One decision!! One roof!!Any time you move it can be a...

Bee Hive of Roy

4965 S 3500 W, Roy, UT 84067

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Elders often want to stay in their own homes but can find it difficult due to the setup and location of the residence or isolation from family. Assisted living care in Roy, UT from Bee Hive Homes of Roy is a positive solution that can help your loved one have their specific needs and priorities...

Country Pines Retirement Community

1706 W 1800 N, Clinton, UT 84015

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Country Pines combines the benefit of assisted living with the independence living in your own apartment. We offer all the amenities here at The Pines including: Meals, Housekeeping, Transportation, Activities, 24 Hour Staffing, Exercise Programs, Close to Medical Facility, Country Living, and...

Country Pines Retirement Home

1748 W 1800 N, Clinton, UT 84015

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Barrington Place Alzheimer's Special Care

1424 N 2000 W, Clinton, UT 84015

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Chancellor Gardens

1425 S 1500 E, Clearfield, UT 84015

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Imagine a lifestyle where every day feels like a vacation. A home where you are surrounded by an extended family of friends and caring staff. Days filled with entertaining social activities. Or days of quiet relaxation in the privacy you desire. Finally, imagine all of this in a luxuriously...

BeeHive Homes of Syracuse

1407 S 2000 W, Syracuse, UT 84075

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Raintree Senior Living

2063 W 1900 S, Syracuse, UT 84075

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Layton Park Memory Care

101 N Fort Ln, Layton, UT 84041

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Legacy House of Park Lane (NOW OPEN)

547 N. Station Parkway, Farmington, UT 84025

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Help with day-to-day living. Our Assisted Living Comunities are designed for seniors who can no longer manage on their own but do not require intensive, 24-hour medical care. Assisted living provides a combination of residential living, health and recreational services, and help with daily living...

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Assisted Living in Providence, UT

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living is a long-term care service that provides people with assistance in daily activities while promoting independence. Along with housing, meals and social activities, services available include personal care assistance, medication management, laundry services and transportation. These communities are designed to accommodate an individual s changing needs.


What Services Are Available?

Since assisted living communities aim to help residents maintain their autonomy and dignity, they offer a range of services. Although each one is different and many not offer the same services, some common amnesties include:

  • Private rooms
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • Local transportation
  • Educational, social and entertainment opportunities
  • Restaurant-style dining
  • Grounds maintenance
  • Indoor and outdoor commons areas
  • Emergency alert systems
  • Onsite beautician
  • Pet-friendly communities

What Is Senior Living Like in Providence, UT?

Located in northeast Utah, Providence is a small, quaint town with modern amenities. It is only 2.5 miles from Logan, home of Utah State University, and next to the Millville Face Wildlife Management Area. An ideal location for people who appreciate all four seasons, Providence residence enjoy warm summers, fall foliage and snowy winters. Outdoor lovers can enjoy strolls through local parks or the historic downtown area. It is also close to Logan Canyon, known for its scenic view that cut through Bear River Mountain.


Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings in Providence, UT

When you place the care of your loved one in the hands of others, you expect top-notch services. The state of Utah has basic guidelines in place to ensure that assisted living communities are compliant with established standards and up-to-date with any necessary certifications. The state requires a mandatory inspection every three years of communities.


How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Providence, UT?

In general, assisted living in the state of Utah is usually lower compared to neighboring states and the national average. While costs will vary depending on the amenities best suited for your loved one, the average monthly cost is around $3,915.


How Can I Understand Assisted Living Costs?

The majority of assisted living communities provide an a la carte system for services. This lets people pick and choose the extra services they need or Don’t need. There also is typically a one-time upfront fee. The amount varies from community to community, but it is typically considered a deposit to reserve your place for a specific time frame. A monthly payment often includes:

  • Base Fee: This is basically like paying rent. The amount is determined by the community you choose, size of unit, type of service and number of people. It typically covers standard amenities such as utilities, housekeeping, maintenance and meals.
  • Care Fee: This portion of the cost covers extra services and level of care needed, which is determined by how many ADLs (activities of daily living) a resident required. The cost for services can run the gamut from hundreds to thousands.
  • Medication Management: Loved ones who need assistance with medications may need to add this service to their monthly fee. The cost varies based on the complexity of the medicine regimen. A health-care expert assists with dosage and ensures medicine is taken when it should be. Additional health- or non-health related services can also be part of the monthly payment. These may include physical therapy, additional meals or other activities.

Although a la carte is most common, some people may benefit from an all-inclusive model. community costs are spread the same for every resident. When choosing a community like this, it is important understand the care your loved needs. A flat fee could result in paying more than one would at another community. On the flipside, it allows for easier cost planning and won t change even if the level of care needed increases.


How Can I Afford Assisted Living?

You want the best for your aging loved one, but the costs associated with providing the care they need can present challenges for a budget. Planning ahead is an important step to ensuring balanced care. Some of the ways people pay for these services include:

  • Personal Income or Savings: People who continue to receive income from a pension or other business ventures can use that for payment. It can be supplemented with savings or investments.
  • Long Term Care Insurance: Many insurance providers have provisions to cover some or all of the costs of care for a specific tie period. It is important to understand the policy clearly. Some policies are community only, which can only be used at a licensed community. These policies often require that a person needs assistance in at least two ADLs, such as bathing, eating or walking, in order to be used.
  • Life Insurance: Depending on the policy, there may be an option to convert life insurance into a long-term payment option. These conversions typically result in receiving between 15 and 50 percent of policy value.
  • Veterans Benefits: Many veterans may be unaware that they can receive assisted living assistance through Veterans Aid and Attendance, which is administered by the Veteran s Administration.
  • Sell or Rent a Home: If a home is unoccupied, it is still a valuable asset. Although selling a cherished home filled with memories is a difficult decision, selling it is an option that can help ensure a loved one s needs are met. For people not ready to take that step, renting a home can provide monthly supplemental income to assist with care costs.

Does Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

While Medicare cannot be used to pay for assisted living costs, it can be used for healthcare costs at some communities, such as X-rays, medication and lab tests. It is best to consult with an administrator if considering this option.


What Are the Signs It s Time for Assisted Living?

While we all want our loved ones to maintain the same levels of activity and independence they once enjoyed, the aging process doesn’t t always bend to our wishes. Simply slowing down doesn’t t mean it s time for a big change, but there are signs that it may be time to start the discussion.

  • Medical Conditions: Unfortunately, the aging process comes with numerous medical conditions. Many of these are chronic and potentially debilitating like Alzheimer s or heart conditions. As these conditions worsen, the amount of medication needed increases, as well as the potential for a medical emergency. In addition to chronic ailments, older adults often are more prone to minor injuries and falls that can become a serious problem.
  • Household Neglect: Although every person has their own standard of clean and how they deal with chores, you know your loved one. If you begin to notice a decline in how they care for their home, it may indicate that it may be too much for them handling. Whether it s dishes piling up, laundry not being done or spoiled food in the refrigerator, being attentive to such changes is a necessary part of caring for an aging loved one.
  • Eating Habits and Hygiene: Maintaining a healthy weight is important at any aging. If you notice your loved one is losing weight or lacks an appetite, they may not be getting the proper nutrition they need. If they begin to have difficulty cooking or going to the store, they may be ready for a higher level of care. Some older adults may being to lose the motivation to take care of themselves. Odor from lack of bathing or poor grooming habits may mean they are beginning to have lose the ability to do the basic tasks necessary for self-care.
  • Budget Issues: Regardless of age, adults have bills to pay and accounts to maintain. As a person ages, it can become more of a daunting task to stay on track. Certain ailments, such as dementia or Alzheimer s, can also begin to affect a person s ability to stay up-to-date with finances. Unfortunately, older adults are often the target of scams, which can lead to dire financial predicaments. If a loved one is struggling with finances, it can begin to affect how they care for themselves and lead to other struggles.
  • Isolation: Inactivity is a leading sign of changing care needs. When once active people begin to isolate themselves, it can lead to depression, addiction and health issues. A decrease in time spent on hobbies, with family and socializing may indicate a bigger issue. Assisted living provides an independent yet social environment for older adults to thrive.

What Should I Look for When Touring a community?

With so many options available in and around Providence, it can be difficult to decided which assisted living community is the right one. The most important element is understanding what a loved one s needs are. Since there are many different services available, that knowledge helps narrow down the choices. Other factors to consider include location, size and cost. Along with considering current needs, it is important to plan ahead since the level of care and services needed can change over time.

When weighing your options, visiting different communities is vital to choosing the right one. Most of them welcome the opportunity to give future residents a tour and share the services they have. Be ready to ask questions based on your loved one s needs to ensure a particular community can provide everything needed. During the tour, it is important to take note of structure and environment. A few things to look for include:

  • Attentive staff members
  • Well-groomed grounds and no visible signs of structural deterioration
  • Clean amenities including dining room, common areas and bathrooms
  • Lack of stains and foul odors
  • Safety features like grab bars, call buttons, emergency exits and overhead sprinklers
  • Happy, friendly and engaged residents

Whether you live near Providence or are thousands of miles away, you Don’t have to transition your loved one on your own. A Place for Mom has experienced and knowledgeable advisors to guide you through the process and answer all your questions. From providing an assessment to a friendly ear you can count on, our trusted advisors can help ease the stress associated with change. We understand that every person s needs are different, which is why provide the tools necessary to ensure your loved one receives the right care to live the lifestyle they want.

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