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When seniors move into St. George assisted living facilities they get the best of both worlds: help with tasks of day to day life and independence. In these communities, older adults only get as much help as they want. The services provided include assistance with housekeeping, bathing, getting into and out of bed, preparing meals, transportation, and more.
There are trained medical professionals on the premises at all times in assisted living facilities in St. George, UT. They are ready to administer immediate care whenever a resident pulls on an emergency cord or presses one of the call buttons that each of the rooms are equipped with.
A common problem for golden agers living on their own is having their electricity or other essential utilities turned off due to a failure to pay. It can be hard to remember all of the bills seniors are expected to pay. Fortunately, in St. George assisted living communities, all utilities, including cable, phone, Internet, water, gas, and so on, are included in the one monthly fee residents pay.
Located in the southwestern corner of Utah on the border with Arizona, St. George is the county seat of Washington County. St. George is just a little more than 100 miles northeast of Las Vegas. St. George is known as “Utah’s Dixie” due to the Mormon pioneers who settled the area growing cotton in the warm climate.
St. George has experienced an explosion in population growth in the last few decades. The population has increased sevenfold since 1980 and is nearing 80,000. Eighteen percent of those people are 65 years of age or older. There are a variety of reasons why seniors flock to St. George. One reason is the climate. Since it is located in the Mojave Desert, St. George has a subtropical desert climate with brief, cool winters and long, hot summers.
Crime is very rare in St. George. In fact, the violent and property crime rates in St. George are among the lowest in the United States. In addition, there are many resources to assist seniors in St. George including the 5 County Area Agency on Aging, which runs a variety of senior centers in the area.