Donnellson, which is found in a predominantly suburban section of Lee County, has two facilities which gives seniors a variety of long term care options to choose from. Getting around the city of Donnellson can potentially be difficult, requiring a car or family member's help. According to government funded surveys there are a number of highly rated skilled nursing homes and hospitals in and around Donnellson.
Assisted Living Amenities
Some of the amenities in these care facilities that may help you feel secure can include:
Dogs & cats allowed
Experience nursing staff 24-hours a day
Beauty and barber services
Donnellson has a diverse network that are there for seniors' individual requirements which may go beyond the customary level of amenities or services. Many care facilities also have specialists on staff in the event advanced care is needed, Psychiatrists, Podiatrists, and Dentists to name a few. Some facilities arrange for kosher meals. They may also allow cats or dogs, arrange outdoor activities, and provide parking for those who can still drive. If religion is important to you or your loved one, many long term care facilities provide devotional services on-site, while those that offer off-site services usually arranging for a means for transportation.
When reaching out to the long term care facilities listed on this page it can be valuable - though not vital - to have your loved one's history available. Consider preparing a brief medical history summary. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and medical center names and phone numbers as the new facility coordinator may have specific questions and information requests. This kind of info can aid in outlining any specialized care the individual might need, which helps with facility choice and cost estimates.
Senior Living Costs
Compiling recent records the cost for community care facilities in the area can cost as much as $3,700 to $3,200 per month. On the other hand, the average cost of senior living in Iowa is $3,420 every month. Those individuals that need help covering the cost of care may possibly be eligible for aid from the state of Iowa. To get a better idea of averages, browse through the cost list below which provides comparisons to other 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.