Searching for Care Homes in Salt Lake City, UT?
Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Residential Care Homes. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one; and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 5 Care Homes in Salt Lake City 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.
10386 S. 2200 W., South Jordan, UT 84095
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Brighton House of South Jordan is located in South Jordan, UT in Salt Lake County. This residential care home provides the assistance that you need each day in a location that is rich in natural beauty. South Jordan is set between peaks of the Oquirrh Mountains and the peaks of the Wasatch...
12894 south 1615 west, Riverton, UT 84065
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Brighton House of Riverton is located in Riverton, UT in Salt Lake County. This residential care home provides the help that you are looking for in an area that is part of the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Area. Those who spend time in Riverton appreciate all that Salt Lake County has to offer...
198 S 1300 E, Springville, UT 84663
Level 1 assisted living, caring for loved ones since 2007. Owner operated with on staff members having over 30 years of combined experience in senior care. Relaxed, like-home atmosphere located in a quiet residential neighborhood with mountain views and local walking path.
2815 Hunters Loop, Blackfoot, ID 83221
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...
530 River Pointe Lane, Shelley, ID 83274
Here you can enjoy the comforts of home, while also receiving excellent service and quality care. Our senior living facilities offer personalized care for each individual resident. This Gable Home Specializes in Memory Care. From three home-cooked meals a day, to regularly scheduled activities,...
Care homes in Salt Lake City provide personal care services in a home-like setting to seniors who may require limited assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). These communities are designed to promote independence among seniors who do not require 24-hour skilled nursing care.
According to Genworth, the median monthly cost for care homes in Salt Lake City is $6,388 for the city proper and $2,800 for the metropolitan area. The median monthly cost for the state of Utah is around $3,600. Let A Place for Mom help you or your loved one find the right senior assisted living facility in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Since the city is both the capital of the state and Utah’s most populous city, the costs associated with living in Salt Lake City are rated over 25 points more expensive than the national average. However, compared to the overall cost of living in Salt Lake City, the cost of groceries and other necessities are much cheaper, with a rating nearly ten points below the national average. All index scores are based on a sliding scale with the national average set at 100.
There are 9 general hospitals in the city that provide emergency care and other medical services. The top hospitals in Salt Lake City include:
Salt Lake City has a humid continental climate type. This means that the city experiences warm, temperate summers and snowy winters, with temperatures often dropping to freezing. On average, the humidity level for Salt Lake City is roughly 53%. The average humidity levels are highest during the month of December at about 75%.
During this time, the average air quality conditions are rated moderate. This means that people who are sensitive to particulates in the air should limit the amount of time spent on outdoor exertion.
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Salt Lake City is considered friendly to members of the LGBTQ+ community. This means that members of the community can actively participate in public life without fear of discrimination.
As both the capital of the state and its most populous city, Salt Lake City has much to offer in terms of sightseeing and entertainment. One popular destination is Temple Square which is home to the largest LDS church in the country. The towering temple dominates the city skyline and is an iconic piece of American architecture. For those interested in the performing arts, the nearby Salt Lake Tabernacle is home to the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. There are also a number of museums in the city to satiate any curious mind. The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of its kind in the state and houses over 17,000 permanent works of art. The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is located in downtown Salt Lake and showcases exhibitions from local, national, and international artists. The museum has 6 gallery spaces that change periodically based on which artist is being showcased. For those interested in the environment there is the Natural History Museum which contains exhibits on the biodiversity of Utah and the Intermountain West. If your interests fall among the stars then look no further than Clark Planetarium which houses both Imax and laser light shows within its large domed theater. Fans of local history may enjoy the Fort Douglas Military Museum which is housed in a 19th century barracks. The museum has a number of exhibits on the history of Utah and the West. The museum also includes an outdoor cannon and military vehicle park. For outdoor recreation there is the Tracy Aviary and Botanical Gardens, and the Redbutte Gardens which is a one hundred acre arboretum.
Public transportation in Salt Lake City is operated by the Utah Transit Authority. The transportation services offered include commuter trains, buses, and a light-rail known as TRAX, which provides access between the airport and the ski resorts on the other side of town. The commuter train is called FrontRunner and it provides transportation all the way from Ogden to Provo with limited stops.