Welcome to Cindy & Vic's Harmony House, an intimate board and care home in Anchorage, AK. Cindy & Vic's Harmony House is located at 7801 Ladasa Place, and offers assisted living to older adults.
We know that price is an important factor in choosing a board and care home, and Cindy & Vic's Harmony House pricing starts at $6,334 per month, which is below $6,765, the estimated average monthly cost of board and care communities in Anchorage, AK.
As you evaluate pricing, keep in mind that residents can expect to receive a higher staff-to-resident ratio at a board and care home, compared to that of a larger assisted living community. Cindy & Vic's Harmony House offers 24-hour non-medical care, medication management, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), including eating, bathing, grooming, and transferring from beds or chairs. Cindy & Vic's Harmony House staff create a personalized care plan for each resident, and residents can take comfort in the routine of seeing the same friendly staff faces each week (unlike a larger facility where staff might rotate more often). The expert team at Cindy & Vic's Harmony House will also arrange transportation for residents, and provide laundry and housekeeping services.
Cindy & Vic's Harmony House strives to foster connection among residents by offering amenities and programming like creative arts classes, movie nights, shared mealtimes, and shopping trips. This kind of engagement is such an important part of a truly great senior living environment, and is a cornerstone of Seniorly’s mission.
For families navigating this important decision about a board and care home, connecting with Seniorly’s local advisor can be very helpful. This free service can support you and your family with everything from choosing the right type of care to touring memory care communities. Many advisors may even be able to help with coordinating moving services or connect you to a financial advisor. Simply fill out this form to learn more.
Cindy & Vic's Harmony House is licensed in the state of Alaska as a "personal care home."