Found in a principally rural part of Mille Lacs County, Princeton has 4 facilities around the city that gives individuals a range of care options of which to settle upon. While it can be challenging to walk for the sick or elderly, getting around the city is relatively doable for healthier individuals. Based on information taken from recent studies there are several top rated nursing home options, as well as hospitals in and around Princeton.
Assisted Living Services
Some of the amenities provided in Princeton care facilities that may help you feel relaxed include:
Physicians are on call
All meals provided
Meeting the needs of every individual is easy with the diverse network of facilities which serves Princeton. Some senior care facilities provide kosher meals. They may also allow cats or dogs, arrange outdoor activities, and provide resident parking for those who can still drive. Specialized care facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists like occupational and speech therapists. Some elder care facilities provide transportation (free and at-cost), giving your loved one the option to get around.
When calling the facilities listed on this page it can be convenient - though not mandatory - to have your loved one's information on hand. Consider preparing a brief medical history summary. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and hospital names and phone numbers as the new facility representative may have specific questions and information requests. This type of information can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might require, which helps with facility choice.
Senior Living Pricing in Princeton
A year of residential care facilities may cost can cost as much as $35,600 to $31,300 or $3,000 to $2,600 per month based on recent surveys. Nearby Cambridge averages about $3,000 for long-term care facilities, which costs more than Princeton. Additionally, there may be a variety of state and/or federal aid programs to help lower the cost of care for low-income families. View a more detailed cost breakdown with comparisons for neighboring cities below.
Senior Living Average Prices for Neighboring 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.