Kansas City Missouri

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A comprehensive guide to Kansas City Senior Living facilities. Get pricing information, see picture, read reviews and get help from local senior care service experts

Assisted Senior Living and housing in Kansas City, Missouri

Find 60 Assisted Living Facilities in Kansas City and also 6 Independent Living , 5 Alzheimer's and Dementia Memory Care , 1 Hospice Care , 4 that offer Short-Term Respite Stays. 59 communities with Private Rooms , . 11 of these licensed facilities specializing in senior care services in Kansas City are single family homes that have been converted to Board and Care Homes.

Top Rated Large Size Assisted Living Facilities

501 West 107 Th Street, Kansas City, MO
2801 North East 60 Th Street, Kansas City, MO
4235 Locust Streetpo Box 5930, Kansas City, MO

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Top Rated Medium Size Assisted Living Facilities

11515 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO
2901 Ne 72 Nd Street, Kansas City, MO
12100 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO

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Top Rated Board and Care Assisted Living Facilities

227 West Franklinpo Box 121, Liberty, MO
11500 Campbell Street, Kansas City, MO
3744 Benton Boulevardpo Box 287912, Kansas City, MO

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Alzheimers and Memory Care Facilities

8101 Mission Rd, Shawnee Mission, KS

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3501 W 95th St, Shawnee Mission, KS
10300 Indian Creek Parkway, Shawnee Mission, KS

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What services are provided in Senior Living Facilities?

Assisted Living Services

Assisted living facilities provide 3 meals per day, assistance with activities of daily living, medication management, and 24-hour supervision. Some facilities in Kansas City provide transportation, robust social activities, Alzheimer’s and other dementia related illnesses care, diabetes care, short-term respite care, and much more. Looking for different types of listings? ExploreMemory Care communities for rent in Kansas City,Independent Living communities for rent in Kansas City,Short-Term Assisted Living communities for rent in Kansas City, andIn-Home Care services in Kansas City.

As stated above senior living communities are residential senior care options that provides non-medical assistance with activities of daily living (“ADLs”). According to Investopedia there are “There are six basic ADLs: eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (walking) and continence. A person's ability to perform ADLs is important for determining what type of long-term care — for example.”.

In addition to providing assistance with ADLs, most senior living communities offer central dining, exercise programs, housekeeping services, transportation options and care supervision. Assisted living residents typically live in their own private or semiprivate apartments depending on their preference. Care needs for senior living residents are assessed regularly in case there is a change that requires staff notification. Assisted living communities feature activities schedules filled with events to suit a variety of preferences. Families are encouraged to visit senior living communities where their loved ones are residing. Loved ones are invited to special events and holiday parties designed for community residents.

Happiness also comes from a supportive and compassionate staff, independence and affordability. In many ways it's like a marriage. There are many choices, more now than ever, and so when selecting the right senior living for you or your loved one, care, patience and research should be the number one priority.

Top 12 Question to Ask While Touring Senior Living Facilities

  • What is the ratio of staff to residents?
  • What is the staff turnover rate?
  • What types of training do the staff members have?
  • Is there staff available to provide 24-hour assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s) such as dressing, eating, bathing and toileting?
  • Can meals be provided at a time the resident prefers, or are there set times for meals?
  • Does the community have any special amenities or services worth mentioning, such as a beauty parlor, fitness room, therapy pool, etc.?
  • Are residents actively encouraged to participate?
  • Is there someone on staff who coordinates home healthcare visits from a nurse, physical therapist, etc., if needed?
  • Are services such as hospice and physical therapy available? If so, is there an additional charge? If so, how much?
  • Is transportation offered to residents for doctor’s appointments? Is the transportation wheelchair/disabled-friendly? Is there a fee? If so, how much?
  • Are incontinence supplies included in the price? If not, what is the cost?
  • Are visitors allowed at any time, or are there specific visiting hours? If you have specific visiting hours, what are they?

Check out more questions here: Questions to Ask On Your Community Tour

Other Resources

How can I pay the costs of Senior Living?
What services should I expect are offered in Assisted Living?
How do I navigate the Assisted Living process and make a decision if it’s right for me?
How do I evaluate an Senior Housing facility on a tour?
Downsizing for a Move to Senior Housing
Understanding the Assisted Living Experience?
Finding the Right Senior Living Situation For a Family Member


About Arthur B

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