Hudson, which is located in a principally suburban part of Hillsborough County, has seven residential care facilities which gives individuals a range of long term care options to choose from. Getting around Hudson isn't too tough for anyone who has the ability to move easily and walk without pain or discomfort. If needed, there are a few skilled nursing facilities and hospitals in and around Hudson.
Assisted Living Services
Feeling relaxed at a care facility is mostly about finding the right amenities for the resident that are applicable at a given facility. Hudson facilities provide amenities such as:
Doctors on-call as needed
Ability to have pets on premises
It is also possible to find senior care facilities that caters to special lifestyle needs. Many long-term care facilities also have specialists on-call in the event more advanced care is needed, Gerontologists, Psychologists, Podiatrists and Dentists to name a few. Some facilities within the city offer kosher meals, can allow pets like cats, provide indoor social activities, as well as common areas for social events. Some offer devotional services. Still other long term care facilities offer transportation, or even can provide care like diabetes monitoring.
When contacting the care facilities listed on this page it can be useful - though not vital - to have your history on hand. Consider preparing a brief medical history summary. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and doctor's office names and phone numbers as the new facility coordinator might have certain questions and information requests. This kind of info can aid in outlining any specialized care the individual might require, which helps with cost estimates and facility choice.
Senior Living Costs
Compiling recent surveys the estimated cost of residential care facilities in Hudson can cost as much as $5,800 to $7,300 monthly. On the other hand, the price of senior care facilities in the state of New Hampshire is $5,200 every month. Residents that can't afford the cost of care may be eligible for financial aid options from state and federal governments. View a more detailed cost list with comparisons for nearby cities below.
Assisted 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.