90% of Skilled Nursing Facilities in the United States are Medicare-certified. Some also accept Medicaid. To learn about pricing at Arizona Pioneers' Home, click the button below.
Welcome to Arizona Pioneers' Home, a large nursing home in Prescott, AZ. Arizona Pioneers' Home is located at 300 South Mccormick Street, and offers 24/7 skilled medical care for older adults.
We know that price is an important factor in choosing a skilled nursing home. Pricing can be complex, and Seniorly has resources to help families work through how to pay for skilled nursing services. To see how prices for senior living in Prescott vary by floor plan and care type, use Seniorly’s Cost of Care Calculator.
If you’re assessing whether a nursing home or skilled nursing community is right for you, Seniorly Gerontologists have created a Care Needs Calculator to support families in their search for the right type of community. Arizona Pioneers' Home nursing home residents receive 24-hour medical care, including administration of intravenous therapy, injections, wound care, catheter placement, and general medical treatment and monitoring. This is in addition to helping with patients' activities of daily living (ADLs). Many nursing homes also offer care services like physical therapy, occupational therapy, or even speech or respiratory therapy to help prepare short-term residents for their next step.
Seniorly’s expert Senior Living Advisors can be enormously helpful for families with skilled nursing needs . Our free service can support families with everything from choosing the right type of care, touring nursing homes, coordinating moving services, or even connecting you to a financial advisor. Simply fill out this form to learn more.
The Arizona Pioneers' Home is a state funded, continuing care retirement home, providing care and services to individuals living independently, or who require assisted living, intermediate or skilled level nursing care, provided the resident or disabled miner meets statutory admission criteria. The Arizona Pioneers' Home opened its doors in 1911, pursuant to a 1909 territorial statute, and today can care for up to 150 residents. The current population includes individuals from throughout the State of Arizona, and most pay a portion of their care based on their income.