Queen Creek, which is located in a chiefly rural area of Maricopa County, has 13 residential care facilities which gives individuals a variety of long term care options to settle upon. Moving around the city of Queen Creek can potentially be tough, requiring a car or family member's help. Should the need arise, there are nursing home facilities and hospitals in the surrounding areas around Queen Creek.
Assisted Living Amenities & Services
Some of the standard amenities in Queen Creek include:
Ability to have pets on premises
Doctors are on call
Hair cutting and other beauty services
Aside from having a full range of standard amenities, Queen Creek also has a varied network of facilities that caters to seniors' unique needs. A lot of long term care facilities also have specialists on call in the event that advanced care is required, Therapists, Physicians, and Psychiatrists are just some examples. Some care facilities provide transportation, giving your loved one the option to see the city. These amenities can be as simple as offering vegetarian meals, allowing pet visits, as well as activities within common areas. Polish and Armenian are spoken among the staff of some facilities in the city.
While not crucial, when contacting the facilities listed below it can be convenient to have the interested party's medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility intake manager might have. This can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might need.
Assisted Living Pricing
The cost of community care facilities can change based on the type of needed services, but on average it costs residents approximately $3,700 - $4,800 monthly. In comparison, the average cost for senior care facilities in Arizona is $3,520 each month. For families that can qualify there are usually federal options to supplement the financial burden. To get a better idea of averages, browse through the cost table list below for comparisons to nearby cities.
Assisted Living Average Costs for Neighboring Cities
Source: Aggregated from the Genworth 2013, 2015 Cost of Care Survey, state licensing units, and from facility surveys. While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, please confirm details with facilities directly.