Located in a largely suburban part of Volusia County, Edgewater has 6 community care facilities around the city that gives residents a range of care options from which to settle upon. Transportation service options may be limited, making it burdensome to get around the city without a car or family member. According to the latest published surveys there are a number of top nursing facilities, as well as hospitals in and around Edgewater.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
Feeling relaxed at a community care facility is mostly about finding the amenities you need that are available at a given location. Some standard amenities in Edgewater include:
Nurses available 24-hours
Individualized meal options
Meeting the unique needs of every senior is effortless with the diverse network which serves Edgewater. Some long-term care facilities offer transportation (free and at-cost), giving your loved one the opportunity to see the city.
While not vital, when contacting the facilities listed below it can be helpful to have relevant medical history including any insurance, doctor, and contacts for any questions the facility coordinator might have. This can aid in planning any special care the individual might need.
Senior Living Costs
The cost for care can change based on services needed, but in the city standard residential care facilities are around $4,000 - $4,400 each month. Neighboring Port Orange averages as much as $4,100 for long term care facilities, which costs more than Edgewater. Additionally, there could be a number of federal and even state financial aid options to help lower the cost of care for retired individuals. The list below gives you an idea for costs in other cities neighboring Edgewater:
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.