Napa, which is located in a chiefly rural part of Napa County, has roughly thirty community care facilities which gives residents a collection of long term care options to choose from. If getting around the city with public transportation is vital to you, be certain and research your options. Based on information taken from recent studies there are several top nursing home options and hospitals in the nearby area.
Assisted Living Amenities
Some of the standard amenities in Napa include:
Secure Alzheimer's units
Ability to have pets on premises
It is also possible to find facilities that can meet lifestyle needs. Some care facilities provide kosher meals. They allow dogs and cats, arrange outdoor activities, and provide parking for those who can still drive. Specialized senior care facilities may arrange access to on-call therapists for example, occupational and speech therapists. If religion is essential to you or your loved one, many care facilities arrange devotional services on site, with those that offer off site services usually providing for a means for transportation. Also, in order to meet the needs of residents, many senior communities in the area employ staff members who speak Filipino.
While not necessary, when contacting the facilities listed below it can be convenient to have the resident'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 for services can change based on the services required, but in the city general elder care facilities are around $4,300 monthly. In contrast, the average price for senior living in the state of California is $4,230 per month. Additionally, there can be a number of state and/or federal aid programs to help lower the cost of care for low-earning families. View a more detailed cost breakdown with comparisons for other nearby cities below.
Senior Living Average Prices 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.