Based in a mostly urban section of Mercer County, Trenton has seven community care facilities close to the city that offers seniors a range of care options of which to decide on. It is not too hard to get around the city with the many public transportation choices available. Should the need arise, there are a few hospitals and nursing homes in and around Trenton.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
Feeling secure at a care facility is largely about finding the right amenities for the resident that are available at a given center. Some standard amenities in Trenton include:
Individualized meal options
Doctors are on call
Personal care services
In addition to a full complement of basic amenities, Trenton also has a varied network that are there to meet seniors' unique requirements. If religion is important to you or your loved one, many long term care facilities offer devotional services on-site, with those that offer off-site services usually providing for a way for them to get there. Access to on-call specialists like Psychiatrists and Podiatrists can also be arranged at many long-term care facilities. These amenities can be simple things like offering vegetarian meals (under the supervision of a nutritionist), allowing pet visits, as well as arranging activities within common areas.
While not vital, when contacting the facilities listed on this page it can be useful to have relevant medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility representative might have. This can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might require.
Assisted Living Pricing in Trenton
The cost for services can change based on the services required, but in the city general care facilities are approximately $5,000 - $5,500 each month. In comparison, the cost of senior care facilities in neighboring Bordentown is up to $5,000 per month. Residents that could use assistance covering the cost of care may be eligible for aid options through the state. Review the detailed breakdown of costs 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.