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Phoenix Nursing Homes

Looking into nursing home options for a senior loved one is not something most people want to have to think about. However, if the time comes and this type of care is necessary, it is a good idea to have an understanding of the care options that are available. For example, Brookdale Christown is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the city with Tuscan village décor and Arizona Elderly Care Home has a history of superior service in the community of 25 years. There are more than 30 options to choose from in Phoenix.

Here you will get a glimpse of nursing home facts, costs, and how to find the right one for your aging parent or loved one.

Important stats about nursing homes in Phoenix

There are 145 Medicaid and Medicare certified nursing homes in the state of Arizona that offer 16,465 beds for seniors.

Approximately 70 percent of people who are turning 65 will need some type of long-term care at some point.

On average, women outlive men by about five years, which is why they are more likely to require long-term care at some point.

How long do most seniors remain in long-term care locations?

How long a person requires long-term care in a nursing home setting will vary based on the person and the issue they are experiencing. However, some statistics that will help you better understand the potential of needing care are found here:

A person who turns 65 today will have a 70 percent chance of requiring some type of long-term care in the future.

In most cases, women will need more care, on average 3.7 years, where men will only need 2.2 years of care on average.

About a third of the population that is currently 65 years old will require some type of nursing home care or support, and about 20 percent will require this care for more than five years.

Nursing home services for residents

The majority of people seek out nursing home care because their senior loved one needs some type of medical care. The staff of nursing homes is made up of skilled workers, including registered nurses. This means that residents will receive monitoring and management of chronic conditions, the administration of physical or mental therapy and other medical-related services.

In addition to the medical-related care services, residents will also have access to a number of other social services and general care services. This includes healthy meals that are not only nutritious, but that also meet any special dietary needs a senior may have. They will also receive transportation services as well as access to social activities. This includes celebrations for birthdays and holidays, movies, game nights, special events and more. Nursing home settings also offer housekeeping and laundry services to ensure the senior receives everything they need during their stay.

How much will you pay for nursing home care in Phoenix?

A huge issue for many families who have a senior who requires nursing home care is finding the money to pay for these services. For some, the cost creates an issue with sticker shock, since this type of care is not cheap. Knowing what to expect can help families be better prepared to cover the cost.

The average cost of nursing home care in a semi-private room in Phoenix is $193 per day. However, this cost can be anywhere in the range between $130 and $550. On average, this will cost the resident and their family $70,263 per year. This is slightly lower than the national average of $80,300 per year, and in line with the state average of $70,080.

For a private room, the cost will increase slightly in Phoenix to $223 per day or $81,213 annually. These numbers are both lower than the national average of $91,250 and state average of $85,045.

Finding the right nursing home for your senior loved one

With so many nursing home options in the Phoenix area, it can be quite difficult to know which one is right for your loved one’s needs. Some things to consider when visiting various locations include the appearance of the facility, how attentive the staff is to residents, the quality of the food and what activities are offered.

It is also essential that you take some time to get to know the level of experience the staff has working at the facility. Taking some time to get to know the nursing home situation in the area will help you find the right one for your loved one.

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