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Best Assisted Living in St. Petersburg, FL
The Best Communities in St. Petersburg, FL
Addington Place at College Harbor
Men / Women
40% / 60%
Languages Spoken: English
Ambulatory Care, Incontinence Care, Medication Management, Staffing & Ancillary Services
Housekeeping, Beautician, Grocery Shopping and Errands, Laundry Service / Dry cleaning
Price for Studio / 1 Bed / 2 Bed$2725 - $4255
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How much does it cost to live in assisted living?
According to the Administration on Community Living (ACL), assisted living costs on the baseline of $3,628 per month with a breakdown of $119 a day. Generally, the mode of payment is different for many families of assisted living. There are those that pay for assisted living without credit transactions so long as they use Medicaid ( a federal and state financial program that finds solutions to lower healthcare costs from little to no costs). There are some families that pay with private insurance, life insurance, or annuities.
Will Medicare/Medicaid pay for my assisted living?
Yes and no. The federal and state governments programs offer Medicaid which covers medical and healthcare fees– regardless of age. This means that seniors looking for assisted living homes are eligible for Medicaid– so long as they meet the requirements of their state; although, almost to none, a person with a very special circumstance is eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare. That said, Medicare does not pay for assisted living, or rent related to any senior living residence; just as Medicare is used to pay physician visits, hospital fees, and medical equipment. Medicare does not cover medical fees at an assisted living home.
What is the difference between assisted living and nursing home?
Assisted living and nursing homes are not independent living; they do not share the same approach to senior care. Assisted living and nursing homes are essentially seniors who need assistance, regardless of the level of care. Both homes are managed by professional staff and are almost equally given more specific features for a reachable comfort of lifestyle. There’s a goal in which assisted living and nursing home management aim to provide for seniors: quality hospitality while housing the essential features needed for accommodating the lifestyle of seniors who need assistance and monitoring. The former and the latter share the vision of providing the best senior accommodations that makes both residents of each living option more home-like and inclusive to its guests. However, it must be noted that there is always going to be a thin line between two concepts that are being talked about. In this case, the fine line between assisted living and nursing homes is the level of care.