Assisted Living Billings, MT

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We all want what is best for the people important to us, so it is essential to compare all options when choosing an assisted living facility. Assisted Living Center is dedicated to helping you find the perfect assisted living facility in Billings, MT. We can help lessen your anxiety by providing you with superior assisted living choices.

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13 Assisted Living Facilities in Billings, MT

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The following communities are located within 15 miles of Billings, MT.

Willow Brook

3932 Palisades Park Dr, Billings, MT 59102

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Willow Brook provides total living and care options for aging adults that need a little extra help. We can make your search for senior…

Autumn Care Centers

2048 Overland Ave, Billings, MT 59102

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Autumn Care Centers offers a wide variety of options so you or your loved one can find the ideal senior living that fits any lifestyle. Come see why so…

Prairie Tower

725 N 25th St, Billings, MT 59101

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Prairie Tower is where active Billings seniors thrive. Engaging events, luxurious apartments, and a convenient location. Tour…

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Assisted Living in Cities Near Billings, MT

There are no additional facilities in nearby cities within 25 miles of Billings, MT

Cost of Assisted Living in Billings, MT

It’s crucial to understand what determines the fees for care in a Billings, MT assisted living facility. The largest payment is the lodging. Is it okay to share a two-bedroom unit, or is a private bedroom, bath, and kitchen needed? What level of attention will the resident need? Will this level of care be adequate for the near future, or will increased care be needed?

  • Assisted Living Billings Low: $2,410.00
  • Assisted Living Billings Average: $3,655.00
  • Assisted Living Billings High: $6,000.00
  • Montana Average: $3,919.00
  • National Average: $4,000.00

Reservation Deposit

Future residents are charged a reservation deposit at many Billings assisted living facilities. Deposits may be a few thousand dollars and it reserves the accommodations of your choice for a while, usually a few months. It is occasionally referred to as a “community fee”. Typically, the cost does not count towards any other charges and is usually refundable only if the potential resident is unable to move into the community due to poor health.

Base Fee

The rent for the assisted living apartment is paid for by the base fee. In Billings the costs vary depending upon the size of the residential unit and whether you live alone or have a companion. Most base fees include basic housekeeping, some meals, utilities, and maintenance. The base cost can also vary because of the level of care required; i.e. independent living, assisted living, or memory care.

Care Services Fee

This fee normally uses a multi-level model based upon the amount of care you need and it gets included in the monthly rate. The degree of assistance is generally based on the number of ADL’s for which a occupant needs regular assistance. ADLs involves activities such as eating, getting dressed, grooming, toileting, and more. The once a month charge for care services in Billings, MT may range from $150 or so for level 1 and could go up to a few thousand dollars per month for level five assisted care. Precisely assessing the extent of assistance required is one of the most important aspects when deciding, and also one of the more difficult to understand. The more clinical, intensive, and exhaustive the assessment, the better the plan of care and understanding of the pricing.

Other Fees

There are a lot of residents of assisted living communities need to be reminded to take medicines at the right time and in the right amount. Many assisted living facilities arrange prescription observance services for an additional charge. It’s commonly $200-$300 per month, depending on how complicated the medicine management is. If it’s needed, extra ancillary services like occupational or physical therapy can also be billed on a monthly basis. Non-care dependent services, likely guest parking, special meals, and some events too.

Billings, MT Assisted Living Amenities

The amenities that are offered influences the resident’s quality of life directly. Each facility provides some standard, ensuring seniors are cozy and content. Common amenities provided are Washer/Dryer, Coffee Shop, and Certified Nurse Staff. Bigger communities in Billings have extra luxurious amenities, so residents have the feeling that they’re staying at a resort.

Billings, MT Assisted Living Services

During the course your search you will notice that facilities in Billings provide a wide variety of assisted living services. Assisted living facilities routinely offer services like Care Giving Services, Assistance with Bathing, Medication Management, and Daily Towel Service. It’s key to figure out what services are included and ones that incur additional fees. You don’t want any surprises in your first bill.

Billings, MT Assisted Living Activities

Residents need steady activities to stay strong and energetic. A community should have a complete schedule of events in the community as well as trips to local attractions. Arts & Crafts, Putting Green, and Field Trips are common activities seniors participate in. Seniors in Billings have access to shopping, parks, restaurants, and other local attractions.

70% of people over the age of 64 will need long term care at some point in their lives according to Genworth Financial.

Financial information and statistics based on Genworth Financial and Senior Advice.