Families searching for senior living in New Hampshire will be greeted by natural beauty in just about every direction. The Granite State remains a popular spot for seniors, largely for its outstanding scenery, but also for its easy access to the Atlantic Coast and nearby New England destinations. New Hampshire’s main metropolitan area, Manchester, is located in the south-central region, but most of the state is defined by its winding rivers, natural bodies of water, and conifer-covered landscape. Lake Winnipesaukee is a large glacial lake in central New Hampshire at the foothills of the White Mountains. This rugged subrange of the Appalachians stretches into the state’s Great North Woods region and attracts millions of tourists every year with its ski slopes, hiking trails, and climbing walls. New Hampshire may be small in area, but it offers countless opportunities for an active yet peaceful retirement.
There are more than 30 nursing homes in New Hampshire. A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors can provide you with a list of nursing homes in New Hampshire to help you find the community that fits your needs and budget.
The median monthly cost of a private room in a nursing home in New Hampshire is about $10,500, according to Genworth.
I would recommend you make sure you are aware of the community fee. I wasn't aware of this until the day my loved one was moving into the community. I would also make sure you check with your insurance...
My mom stayed at Granite Ledges for almost a year (before needing to go to a higher level of care.). The staff was consistently kind, helpful and respectful. We also appreciated that most of them had great...
My aunt lived at American House for a little over 2 years. When she went in, she could see but little by little she lost her sight. The staff was wonderful to her even tho she got angry and was difficult to...
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