Copley, which is located in a principally rural part of Summit County, has 5 care facilities which provide residents an assortment of long term care options to settle upon. It is not very tough to get around the city with the many transportation options offered. As needed, there are a few nursing home facilities and hospitals in and around Copley.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
Some of the amenities in these care facilities that may help you feel comfortable can include:
Physicians are on call
Personal care services
Meeting the unique needs of every senior is easy with the diverse network of care facilities which serves Copley. Some offer devotional services. Still other long-term care facilities offer transportation (either complementary or for a nominal fee), or even can provide more advanced care like diabetes monitoring. Some care facilities offer kosher meals. They may allow dogs and/or cats, arrange activities, and provide parking for those who are still mobile. Many facilities also have specialists on-call in the event more advanced care is required, Therapists, Physicians, and Psychiatrists are just some examples. Also, in order to meet the needs of residents, some facilities in the area employ multilingual staff fluent in Croatian.
While not crucial, when contacting the facilities in these lists it can be helpful to have the resident's medical history including any insurance, doctor, and contacts for any questions the facility onboarding manager might have. This can aid in planning any special care the individual might require.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison
The cost for care can change based on the services required, but in the area standard care facilities are in the range of $3,600 - $4,300 per month. Neighboring Akron is around $5,300 for long-term care facilities, which costs more than Copley. Residents that need help covering the cost of care may possibly be eligible for financial aid options through the federal government. The list below gives you an idea for costs in other cities near Copley:
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.