Harrison City, which is found in a largely suburban part of Westmoreland County, has six residential care facilities which provide residents a collection of long term care options to settle upon. Moving around in the city of Harrison City can be tough to do without a car or other means of transportation to help. According to government funded surveys there are many top skilled nursing homes and hospitals in the nearby area.
Assisted Living Amenities in Harrison City
Some of the standard amenities in Harrison City include:
Hair cutting and other beauty services
Nursing staff 24-hours a day
Palliative care and medical support
As well as having a full complement of standard amenities, Harrison City also has a diverse network that can meet seniors' unique needs. If religion is vital to you or your loved one, many elder care facilities provide prayer services on site, with those that offer off site services usually providing for a method of transport. Some care facilities provide kosher meals. They also allow dogs and/or cats, provide indoor activities, and provide parking for those who are still mobile. Specialized facilities may arrange access to on-call therapists like occupational, speech, and physical therapists.
While not necessary, when contacting the facilities listed on this page it can be valuable 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 outlining any specialized care the individual might need.
Assisted Living Costs
Compiling recent surveys the estimated cost of community care facilities in and around the city can cost as much as $4,100 to $5,300 each month. The price for assisted living in the state of Pennsylvania is around is $4,280 each month based on the most recent estimates. Additionally, there sometimes are a number of federal options to help reduce the cost of care for low-earning families. View a more detailed cost breakdown 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.