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The Terrace at The Glen at Hiland Meadows

71 Longview Drive, Queensbury, NY 12804

(15 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

There is a difference in assisted living ... it's called The Terrace at The Glen. If someone you love needs help with everyday activities, you can feel secure knowing that there's a community that offers peace of mind -- both for you and your loved one. With 43 private apartments (with...

The Landing at Queensbury

27 Woodvale Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804

(19 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY...Imagine a lifestyle with all the supportand stability that you could need.Welcome to The Landing at QueensburyAssisted Living and Memory Care in Queensbury, NY.If you think senior living at The Landing at Queensbury is like a nursing home … think again! We serve the...

The Village at White River Junction

101 Currier St, White River Junction, VT 05001

(3 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

The Village at White River Junction is managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company. Life Care Services ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 Senior Living Study and achieved the highest score in all seven study factors: resident services and activities; community...

The Residence at Otter Creek

350 Lodge Road, Middlebury, VT 05753

(4 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed

The Residence at Otter Creek provides comfortable, assisted living for seniors in the town of Middlebury, Addison County, Vermont. The town, which also houses Middlebury College and numerous tourist attractions, such as coverage bridges, vineyards and a historic downtown, offers a picturesque and...

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Elderwood Village at Ticonderoga

1019 Wicker St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883

(1 review)

Studio, 1 Bed

Sunapee Cove Assisted Living

1250 Route 11, Sunapee, NH 03782

(9 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Sunapee Cove offers assisted living in a perfect setting to encourage new friendships while continuing to live a meaningful and productive life. Our community is particularly attractive to those who want the dual benefit of our peaceful lakeside setting with the accessibility to services,...

Equinox Terrace

324 Equinox Terrace Road, Manchester Center, VT 05255

(5 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

Equinox Terrace is an assisted living community in picturesque Manchester Center, Vermont, in Bennington County. Located on farmland surrounded by the Green Mountains, residents enjoy our peaceful, natural environment while living only a short distance away from the center of our historic town...

Home of the Good Shepherd Moreau

186-200 Bluebird Road, Glens Falls, NY 12803

(3 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed

Montcalm Manor Adult Home

45 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883

(0 review)


Bromley Manor

2595 Depot St, Manchester Center, VT 05255

(0 review)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed

Bromley Manor is a senior residential community nestled into the beautiful Green Mountains of southern Vermont. Only two miles from the heart of Manchester Center, our community offers residents the ability to call us home whether their current and future needs are Independent Living, Assisted...

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What are nursing homes?

Nursing homes, also called skilled nursing facilities, provide long-term care for seniors with significant physical or mental health conditions, and short-term care to people recovering from an injury or hospital stay. Nursing homes provide personal assistance and medical care from licensed professionals. Services in skilled nursing facilities often include:

  • Help with personal care
  • Rehabilitation care, including physical and speech therapy
  • Mobility assistance
  • Palliative and hospice care
  • Health care services
  • Complimentary transportation
  • 24-hour care and supervision
Complete guide to nursing homes

Rutland, Vermont

Nursing Homes

A nursing home is a complex that houses two or more seniors who are not related by blood or by marriage to the administrator. A nursing home facility offers its residents 24-hour care by on-site nurses. These nurses provide healthcare services for seniors who cannot care for their needs.

This type of facility is a familiar and easy care alternative for persons 65 years or older, however nursing homes will often take in persons 55 and older (a rarity in theworldof senior care).Nursing homes are required to provide medically-related social services, a professionallly directed program of activities, dietary services, and pharmaceutical services to residents. The most common mental condition effecting nursing home residents is dementia, which can cloud their decision making capacities, memory function, and and their sense of familiarity with their surroundings. Many residents of nursing homes are seniorswith . These can consist of verbal outbursts, resisting assistance, or a tendency to wander. Examples of care services and amenities offered at nursing homes might include room and board, patient and caregiver education, care coordination and case management, and social and recreational activities. A significant amount of occupants are single women with less social support, and almost half of nursing home residents are older than 85 years old.

Local Hospitals and Health Care Providers

For many seniors, especially those who have chronic illness or those who require long-term care, access to hospitals might be a major component when choosing what type of care is right for them. In total, there is one hospital located in Rutland which offer emergency services and other healthcare. The top hospitals in Rutland include Rutland Regional Medical Center.

Cost of Living

Cost of living can be the motivating factor in choosing what location is best for your family. In terms of resources, Rutland has a cost-of-living index of 84.5 and a grocery price index of 114.8. These index scores are founded on a scale where 100 is considered the national average and any amount lower than 100 is cheaper than the national average. The median home value in Rutland is around $147,505 and the median price for rent is about $1,117 per month a month. The rent burden for Rutland is around 21.7% of the average monthly income.

Regional Climate and Weather Information

Climate and weather is a significant factor in determining which location is the right fit for your family. In the summer, Rutland is about 67F. The summer high temperature is at about 79F during July. The summer low drops to around 55F in the month of June. In the winter, the temperature dips to around 25F. The winter high will rise to about 36F in the month of December. The lowest winter temperature gets to about 15 F during the month of January. Monthly, Rutland measures approximately 3 inches of precipitation. The most precipitation usually occurs in July with an average of 6 inches in a month. In terms of snow fall Rutland experiences an average of 77.80 inches of snow in a year. The average air quality index rating in Rutland is approximately 38.8. The average air quality conditions are rated as good. This means that there is no health advisory associated with the air quality for this destination. The air quality index rating is at its peak during December at approximately 49.2. Rutland has a warm-summer humid continental type of climate. The average humidity rating for Rutland is about 64%. Humidity ratings peak in the month of December at roughly 66%.

Demographics and Values

During the last presidential election, 41.6% voted Republican, 5.2% voted for a third party candidate, and 53.2% voted Democrat in Rutland county. Based on gender, 48.8% are male and 51.2% are female. The median age of Rutland is 44 years old. In Rutland, 34.5% of the population are over the age of 55, 12.6% are over the age of 60, 7.1% are over the age of 70, and 5.9% are over the age of 80. Of the population of Rutland 29.1% have a college degree, 10.4% have a graduate degree, and 34.7% have a high-school diploma. In Rutland, 14.8% live in poverty, 60.9% participate in the labor force, 16.7% have some form of disability, and 5.2% do not have health insurance. In Rutland, 7.6% of the population are veterans of the United States armed forces. Rutland is considered neutral to members of the LGBTQ+ community. Rutland has a population density of 790 people per square mile. The current population of Rutland is shrinking at a rate of -0.006%. In terms of crime, Rutland has 33.4 property crimes per 1000 residents and 5.6 violent crimes per 1000 residents. In terms of Christian denominations, out of the total population of Rutland 25.0% practice Catholicism, 3.2% are Presbyterians, and 3.1% practice another Chrisitan faith. In terms of non-Christian denominations in Rutland, out of the total population 0.2% practice Judaism, 0.0% practice an Eastern religion, and 0.0% practice Islam. In Rutland, 62.0% are nonbelievers. Racially, the population of Rutland is 1.3% black, 2.1% Asian, 1.0% mixed race, 0.2% other or not specified, 0.1% Native American, 0.0% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, 1.7% Hispanic, and 95.4% white.

State Information

An overview of Vermont

There are 17 hospitals and 54 health centers that service a population of 628,078. Central Vermont Medical Center, Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, and And Northwestern Medical Center Inc. are among the top three highest ranked hospitals in the state. The quality of life enjoyed by the average Vermont citizen is ranked 5th nation-wide. Additionally, Vermont is ranked 11th by healthcare standards. In terms of resources, Vermont has a cost of living index of 118.7, a grocery index rating of 111.3, and a housing index rating of 126.7. These index ratings are based on a system where 100 is considered the national average and anything above 100 is considered more expensive than said average. Based on natural beauty, Vermont ranks 7th in the nation.

Social demographics of the state

In Vermont, 21% of the population attend some form of religious service and there are 854 different congregations. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-2%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-<1%, with the most common Christian denominations consisting of Evangelical Protestant-11%, Mainline Protestant-19%, and Historically Black Protestant-1%. In Vermont there are 88 masonic lodges. In the last presidential election 57% of Vermont residents voted Democrat and 30% voted Republican. The median age in the state is 43, and 35% of the population is over the age of 55. The state of Vermont ranks 48th in the country for diversity, and the state is considered LGBTQ friendly.

State-wide weather information

Vermont experiences an average humidity rating of about 72%. Humidity levels tend to reach their peak in the month of December at around 72%. During the summer, the average temperature in Vermont is around 65F. The average high summer temperature is around 84F in the month of July. The average low summer temperature is around 46F in the month of June. The average temperature in the winter falls to around 20F. The average high winter temperature is around 37F in the month of December. The average low temperature during the winter drops to around -1F in the month of January. On average, Vermont has an air quality index rating of around 36.3 AQI. The average air quality index rating peaks in the month of May with a rating of around 43.9 AQI. The average monthly precipitation for the state of Vermont is around 3.64 inches. The average amount of precipitation peaks during the month of August at around 7.76 inches. While residents of Vermont mostly enjoy pleasant conditions, it’s important to be aware of inclement weather as well, which in Vermont can include earthquakes (moderate) and floods.

Wildlife to be found in Vermont

The state of Vermont has a diverse array of plant and animal life. Local plant life can consist of sycamore, yellow birch, ash, and white pine. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the porcupine, the eastern bobcat, the moose, or the red fox. The state animal of Vermont is the the morgan horse.

Frequently asked questions about Nursing Homes in Vermont

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