The city of Lombard gives the elderly a range of long term care options to select from with five facilities within the city. While it can be difficult to walk for the sick or elderly, getting around the city is rather doable for healthier individuals. As needed, there are several number of nursing homes and hospitals in and around Lombard.
Assisted Living Amenities & Services
Feeling comfortable at a care facility is predominantly about finding the amenities you need that are applicable at a given location. Some standard amenities in Lombard include:
Hair cutting and other beauty services
Physicians are on call
As well as having a full complement of amenities, Lombard also has a diverse network of facilities that are there to meet seniors' unique requirements. Some senior care facilities inside the city provide kosher meals, can allow pets like cats, provide outdoor recreational activities, as well as common areas for community activities. If religion is essential to you or your loved one, many care facilities provide devotional services on site, with those that offer off site services usually arranging for a way for them to get there. Many long term care facilities also have a number of specialists and doctors on staff in the event that more advanced care is needed, Podiatrists, Gerontologists, and Psychologists to name a few. Also, Spanish, as well as other languages are spoken by some senior living homes in the area among the staff or personnel to better serve the needs of the residents.
While not imperative, when contacting the facilities you are interested in it can be useful to have medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility intake manager might have. This can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might need.
Assisted Living Pricing
Annual cost of residential care facilities in Lombard can cost about $47,000 or $3,900 per month based on recent records. Neighboring Glen Ellyn is around $4,600 for senior care facilities, which costs more than Lombard. For residents that can qualify there are usually federal and even state programs to cover fees. Review the detailed cost list 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.