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From Planning to Paying, Discover the Value of
Senior Living.

As you’re weighing senior care options for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to understand the value of senior living as cost is likely an important deciding factor. There are many things to consider as you start your plan. There are many ways to offset costs . . . We can help.

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Understanding the Value in
Senior Living.

Life at a senior living community is about so much more than a place to live. It’s a place to thrive. Socialization and engagement opportunities are available every day. Life-enrichment programs keep things interesting — and fun. Help and support are readily available if needed, and tasks like transportation, grocery shopping, meals, housekeeping and home maintenance are taken care of.

While it’s understandable to think it’s more cost-effective to stay at home, when you add it all up and compare the costs of remaining at home to the cost of a senior living community, the cost-effectiveness and value of senior living becomes clearer.

See how senior living at a Cascade Living Group community compares to your current living situation by downloading our easy cost comparison sheet.

What’s Included in the Cost of Senior Living

at a Cascade Living Group Community:

Independent Living

  1. Prices include apartment rent, utilities, meals, amenities, housekeeping services, social activities, scheduled transportation and more.
  2. Each new resident pays a one-time, nonrefundable community fee.
    For residents with pets, a one-time pet fee is required.

Assisted Living & Memory Care

  1. Prices include apartment rent, utilities, meals, housekeeping services, laundry services, social activities, scheduled transportation, specialized programming and more.
  2. Prior to move-in, our resident care teams conduct a needs assessment to determine how much care is required. We have six different Personalized Service Rates. Level 1, for example, requires the least amount of support; level 6, the most.
  3. Each new resident pays a one-time, nonrefundable community fee.
    For residents with pets, a one-time pet fee is required.
  4. For those requiring help with medication, there is a modest monthly fee. This fee depends on the complexity of needs.

Helping You Make an Informed Decision.

When it comes to independent or assisted living payment options, or the cost of senior care in general, it’s complicated. There are many options, and everyone has different needs — and budgets. We can help you make sense of the costs and point you to resources that help offset costs. In the meantime, here are a few things to consider while researching and paying for senior care: 

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Location. Location. Location.

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Size of living space

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Private vs. companion

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Level of care

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Services and amenities

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Paying for Senior Living at Cascade Living Group.

At Cascade Living Group, we try to make paying for senior living as easy and transparent as possible. Our communities are monthly rentals, which means there are no costly buy-ins. There is no need to pay in advance for care you may never need. Our contracts are comprehensive and transparent. You stay in 100% control of your assets.

Many of our communities offer different lifestyle options, which means needed care is available in the same community, and couples with different needs can remain together. In those instances, a reduced second-person fee can be applied to the monthly rent.

Pricing at our communities depends on the level of care and support required. The more independently you live, the lower the cost. Typically, those living in our independent living communities pay the lowest monthly rent, and those in our memory care communities, the highest.

Financial Planning Resources to Help Pay for Senior Care.

Most senior living is paid for using private funds — often a combination of savings, Social Security benefits, pension payments and retirement accounts. However, there are financial resources and tools that can help offset costs.

Long-Term Care Insurance

Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit

Home Sale Solutions

Senior Living Bridge Loans

Life Insurance

Medicare/Medicaid

Cascade Living Group Financial Partners

Talk with our senior living financial experts at a community nearest you.

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Our Health and Safety Promise

Protecting our residents and team is a priority.
Here’s how we do it.

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Still Have Questions?

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