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 5 Assisted Living facilities in Moses Lake 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.
905 South Pioneer Way, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private
Full Life. Fuller Hearts.Our assisted living programs are built to provide our seniors with exactly the life they’re capable of. Our residents live without the worry and hassle that often comes from living at home. And because they have a huge, ever-changing list of activities to get involved...
830 NW Sunburst Ct, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Studio, 1 Bed, Semi-Private
Summer Wood Alzheimer's Special Care Center is a free-standing, specialized community that is dedicated to providing a program of care and activity for persons with cognitive limitations related to Alzheimer's disease or other related dementia. We offer long-term care, short term respite stays...
1405 Monroe St, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private
Monroe House is a Genesis senior living community located in stunning Moses Lake, Washington. The lake, for which our town is named, is the largest body of fresh water in the county and provides over 120 miles of shoreline to relax and enjoy. At Monroe House we offer high quality senior living...
8425 Aspi Boulevard Northeast, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private
Avamere at Moses Lake offers independent and assisted living accommodations for seniors in the Grant County, Washington area. Moses Lake offers many natural and beautiful scenic areas for our residents to enjoy. Our residents look forward to attending town festivals such as the Spring Festival...
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.
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.
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:
Assisted living communities provide supervision, social events, and care to individuals who are about 65 years of age or older. Services offered often include help with the activities of daily life. Residents may be kept under supervision and assessment. In certain situations, communities may provide Alzheimer’s care, respite, or nursing. In Washington, the annual median cost for an assisted living community is around $66,000 . Washington has specific standards related to this kind of community. The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Aging and Long-Term Support Administration (Department) governs this type of community. There must be one bath or shower for every 1 residents and one toilet for every 1 residents. The maximum occupancy is 2 residents per room. This community has a number of provisions concerning food and diet which include not exceeding more than 14 hours between the evening meal and breakfast , nourishing and palatable meals adjusted to meet individual preferences to the extent reasonably possible, practitioner, and a minimum of three meals a day at regular intervals. This community type has a number of provisions pertaining to medication assistance. These provisions include medication administration provided through nurse delegation, resident self-administration of medication, and medication administration. Before a resident is accepted, they must go through a service plan screening to guarantee their needs are going to be met. This screening includes a number of areas of interest such as an initial comprehensive exam including medical history , significant known behaviors or symptoms that may cause concern or require special care, preferences regarding other issues important to the resident applicant, and activities and service preferences. This type of community is required to offer a number of services. These include general responsibility for each resident, promote each resident’s health, safety, and well-being consistent with the resident negotiated care plan, administration of health care treatments, and assistance with ADLs. Public assistance is available through Medicaid 1915(c) Waiver program–Community Options Program Entry System (COPES). Staff members obtain education in a variety of areas. These areas include orientation (2 hours), basic training (70 hours), continuing education, and safety training (3 hours).
The overall cost of care for a community is influenced by the neighborhood where it is located. The rent burden for Moses Lake is about 18.8% of the average monthly income. The median monthly cost for rent in Moses Lake is $1,006 and the median home value for Moses Lake is $145,110.
Demographically, Moses Lake is 1.5% black, 0.0% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, 7.8% mixed race, 11.9% other or not specified, 1.4% Native American, 2.4% Asian, 75.0% white, and 33.3% Hispanic. In Moses Lake, 11.7% do not have health insurance, 13.0% have some form of disability, 14.0% live in poverty, and 6.6% consider themselves widows. Based on gender, 53.5% are female and 46.5% are male. The median age of Moses Lake is 32 years old. In terms of education, 28.0% have a high-school diploma, 17.7% have a college degree, and 6.1% have a graduate degree. In Moses Lake, 7.1% of the population are veterans. Moses Lake has a population density of 499 people per square mile.
Residents of Washington enjoy its natural beauty which ranks 14th in the United States. Out of a national average of 100, Washington has a cost of living index rating of 110, a grocery index rating of 108, and a housing index rating of 118. In total, Washington has 104 general hospitals and 216 health centers that provide care for 7,647,384 citizens. Providence St Mary Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Multicare Valley Hospital are among the top three highest ranked hospitals in the state. Overall, Washington ranks 1st out of all states in quality of life and 4th in healthcare.
In terms of religious values, 30% of Washington’s population regularly attend some form of service and there are in total 6,114 different congregations. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-<1%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-<1%, with the most common Christian denominations consisting of Evangelical Protestant-25%, Mainline Protestant-13%, and Historically Black Protestant-2%. In Washington there are 291 masonic lodges. In the last presidential election 53% of Washington residents voted Democrat and 37% voted Republican. The state has a median age of 38 and 28% of its population being over the age of 55. The state of Washington ranks 19th in the country for diversity, and the state is considered LGBTQ friendly.
The average air quality index rating in Washington is 32.4 AQI. The average air quality index rating peaks in the month of August with a rating of around 77.2 AQI. 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. The average low temperature during the winter drops to around 14F in the month of December. During the summer, the average temperature in Washington is around 65F. The average high summer temperature is around 92F in the month of July. The average low summer temperature is around 40F in the month of June. On average, the state receives 3.15 inches of precipitation a month. The most precipitation occurs in November with an average of 18.94 inches of precipitation a month. The average humidity across the state is 71%. Humidity levels tend to reach their peak in the month of December at around 88%. 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 Vine Maple, Douglas Maple, Nootka Rose, and Buckthorn. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the American Robin, the American Pika, the Rainbow Trout, or the Mountain Beaver. The state animal of Washington is the Olympic Marmot.
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