Found in a mostly suburban area of Norfolk County, Quincy has 7 residential care facilities within the city that provides individuals a collection of care options of which to select from. Getting around Quincy should not too tough for anyone with the ability to move easily and walk without pain or discomfort. If needed, there are several nursing home facilities and hospitals nearby.
Assisted Living Amenities
Some of the amenities provided in Quincy care facilities that may help you feel secure include:
Dogs & cats allowed
As well as having a full list of amenities, Quincy also has a diverse network that are there to meet seniors' unique requirements. Specialized senior care facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists like occupational, speech and physical therapists. Some long-term care facilities provide transportation (for-fee and complimentary), giving your loved one the opportunity to see the city. Some facilities inside the city offer kosher meals, allow pets like cats, provide outdoor social activities, as well as common areas for group activities. Also, in order to meet the needs of residents, several senior communities in the area employ staff members who speak Spanish.
While not crucial, when contacting the facilities you are interested in it can be convenient to have medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility coordinator might have. This can aid in outlining any special care the individual might need.
Senior Living Pricing
Looking at recent surveys the cost for care facilities in Quincy can be around $5,500 every month. In comparison, the average price for assisted living in Massachusetts is $5,270 per month. Additionally, there can be a number of state programs to help cover the cost of care for low-income families. To get a better idea of averages, browse through the detailed cost table 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.