Assisted Living near Magnolia, TX

If you or a loved one can no longer live alone, it’s time to make the transition to either assisted living or a skilled nursing facility. As frightening and stressful as that may be, it’s a necessity. These are normal feelings, and it’s okay to process them. Though you need to figure out what to do - you don’t have to do it overnight. There are more than assisted living facilities in Magnolia, with several others in surrounding areas. One is sure to suit your needs.

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The Heritage in Tomball, Texas offers seniors an array of independent and assisted living options alongside top-notch memory care services. Those who choose independent and assisted living options enjoy spacious one- or two-bedroom apartments, some with patios. These units allow pets, ensuring residents have options for companion animals. Prices for the apartments include all utilities, free local phone service and basic cable TV along with an emergency call system, giving residents dignified living arrangements with easy access to care should sudden illness or accidents occur. Recreational, fitness and worship facilities within the community give your loved ones opportunities to socialize with other residents and stimulate their minds, bodies and spirits. The memory care unit provides those with dementia or Alzheimer's with a safe, secure environment featuring well-trained staff to see to their needs and keep them calm and happy.
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The Difference Between Assisted Living and Nursing Home Care

Assisted living care is for individuals who can essentially function on their own, but need some additional support. Additional support levels will vary based on the type of assisted living facility they are living in, and the state requirements for those types of facilities. Nursing home care, on the other hand, provides skilled nurses and other medical professionals to give residents the highest level of care possible outside of a hospital environment. Nursing home care is usually required when there is a medical condition that requires regular skilled care, and prevents the patient from functioning well on his or her own with little assistance.

Costs and Service Requirements in Texas

In 2012, the average cost of an assisted living facility in Texas was $3,200 a month. While this is considered higher than the neighboring states, it is still less than the national average cost of assisted living facilities. This cost refers to a basic one-bedroom setup, and may vary based on the options and services available at the facility you choose.

In Texas, there are four basic types of assisted living facilities. Type A is for people who are capable of taking care of themselves in an emergency, who can follow directions, and do not need supervision while sleeping. Type B is for people who are not bed bound, but still need assistance in an emergency, and supervision at night. Type C refers to foster care for adults, and is a four bed per room type environment. Type D is for people who are still capable of being very independent, with only medication assistance and supervision required.

How to Decide if Assisted Living Care is Right for Your Family

Because no two individuals are alike and age in the same way, assisted living care may not be the answer. Because of the costs associated with this type of care environment, some families may opt for live-in care at the patient’s home, whether it be from a relative, or from a skilled nurse. Talk with your loved one’s doctor for a recommendation.

No matter what your situation is, you are not alone. There are other people in the same position as you are right now - and there is plenty of help out there for you. Take some time to read facility reviews to learn more about what you can expect in terms of affordability, services provided, and level of care.