Located in a principally suburban part of Sacramento County, North Highlands has six residential care facilities within the city that offers individuals an assortment of long term care options from which to decide on. Getting around North Highlands is not too difficult for anyone who has the ability to move easily and walk without pain. Based on information taken from recent studies there are a number of top ranked nursing facilities, as well as hospitals in the surrounding areas.
Senior Living Services
Feeling secure at a community care facility is mainly about finding the right combination of amenities that are available at a given location. Some of the amenities in these care facilities can include:
All meals provided
Dogs & cats allowed
North Highlands has a diverse network of facilities that caters to seniors' unique needs which may go passed the normal level of services. Some offer devotional services. Still other long term care facilities provide transportation (either complementary or for a nominal fee), or even can provide care like blood sugar monitoring. Many long term care facilities also have specialists on call in the event that advanced care is required, Therapists, Physicians, and Psychiatrists to name a few.
When getting in touch with the facilities listed on this page it can be advantageous - though not necessary - to have the resident's information available. Consider preparing a brief medical history list. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and medical center names and phone numbers as the new facility intake manager might have specific questions and information requests. This kind of information can aid in outlining any specialized care the individual might require, which helps with cost estimates and facility choice.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison
The cost for care is different based on needed services, but in the area standard residential care facilities are around $4,100 - $5,100 monthly. Nearby Carmichael averages as much as $5,200 for senior care facilities, which costs more than North Highlands. Residents that could use assistance covering the cost of care may be eligible for aid from the federal government. View a more detailed cost breakdown with comparisons for neighboring cities below.
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.