Mount Kisco, which is located in a principally suburban area of Westchester County, has five community care facilities which provide individuals a variety of long term care options to select from. Getting around the city should not be too difficult with the many public transportation choices. As needed, there are a number of nursing home facilities and hospitals in and around Mount Kisco.
Senior Living Services
It is important to find desired amenities so that you or your loved one can feel comfortable. Some of the amenities in these care facilities can include:
24-hour nursing staff
Hospice and comfort care
Mount Kisco has a diverse network of care facilities that can meet seniors' individual daily needs which may go over and above the average level of amenities or services. These amenities can be as simple as offering vegetarian meals, letting pet visits, as well as organizing activities within common areas. Some offer devotional services including spiritual healing. Still other long term care facilities provide transportation (free and at-cost), or even can provide care like insulin injections.
When calling the senior care facilities listed on this page it can be valuable - though not mandatory - to have the resident's information on hand. Consider preparing a brief medical history list. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and medical center names and phone numbers as the new facility coordinator might have some questions and information requests. This kind of information can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might require, which helps with facility choice.
Senior Living Pricing
Compiling recent surveys the cost for elder care facilities in the area is in the range of $7,200 - $7,900 every month. On the other hand, the price for senior living in neighboring Armonk is approximately $7,200 per month. For families who qualify there are usually state or federal financial aid options to lower costs. 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.