The city of Evans gives the elderly a variety of long term care options to choose from with eight facilities around the city. Getting around in the city of Evans can be tough to do without a car or public transportation to help. Should the need arise, there are a few nursing home facilities and hospitals nearby.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
Feeling relaxed at a community care facility is ultimately about finding the right combination of amenities that are available at a given location. Some standard amenities in Evans include:
Doctors on-call as needed
24-hour nursing staff
In addition to a full range of basic amenities, Evans also has a varied network of facilities that can meet seniors' unique requirements. Some senior care facilities inside the city arrange for kosher meals, can allow pets, provide outdoor recreational activities, as well as common areas for activites. Specialized facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists like occupational, speech, and physical therapists. Some offer devotional services including faith healing. Still other long term care facilities offer transportation (either complementary or for a nominal fee), or even can provide more advanced care like insulin injections.
When reaching out to the facilities listed on this page it can be convenient - though not vital - to have your history on hand. Consider preparing a brief medical history list. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and doctor's office names and phone numbers as the new facility coordinator might have some questions and information requests. This type of information can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might need, which helps with cost estimates.
Senior Living Pricing
A year of residential care facilities in the city of Evans can cost approximately $50,200 to $55,100 or $4,200 - $4,600 per month based on records and surveys. In comparison, the average cost for senior living in the state of Colorado is $4,010 per month. For those individuals that can qualify there may be federal and even state options to reduce costs. Review the detailed table of costs 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.