Located in a largely suburban section of Yolo County, Woodland has 5 residential care facilities within the city that gives residents a collection of care options from which to decide on. Public transportation choices may be limited, making it challenging to get around the city without a car or friend or family member. As needed, there are nursing home facilities and hospitals in and around Woodland.
Assisted Living Services in Woodland
Feeling relaxed at a residential care facility is largely about finding the amenities you need that are applicable at a given location. Some standard amenities in Woodland include:
Secure Alzheimer's units
Physicians are on call
Woodland has a varied network of facilities that caters to seniors' individual needs which can go over and above the usual level of services. These amenities can be as simple as offering vegetarian meals (screened by nutritionist), allowing pet visits, as well as organizing activities within common areas. Some care facilities offer transportation (either complementary or for a nominal fee), giving your loved one the option to get around. Access to on-call specialists like Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Physical Therapists, and Psychiatrists can also be arranged at many facilities.
When calling the care facilities listed on this page it can be helpful - though not mandatory - to have your information available. Consider preparing a brief medical history list. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and hospital names and phone numbers as the new facility representative might have specific questions and information requests. This type of information can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might require, which helps with facility choice and cost estimates.
Senior Living Costs
The price of residential care facilities varies depending on the type of services required, but on average it costs residents approximately $3,700 monthly. Nearby Davis is around ,800 for long-term care facilities, which costs more than Woodland. For residents who qualify there may be state or federal financial aid options to cover costs. To get a better idea of averages, look through the detailed cost table list below which provides comparisons to nearby 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.