For older adults who want to find an assisted community where they’ll receive the support they need, the assisted living price can be an important consideration when deciding to make the move. Adults and their families should be informed about the cost of assisted living and the factors influencing it.
One factor that impacts the cost of assisted living is the floor plan you choose. At Havenwood Heritage Heights, a one-room apartment starts at $3,945 whereas a two-room apartment comfortable for two people starts at $6,785. We offer a range of layouts that accommodate different budgets.
As you explore assisted living in New Hampshire, you’ll find that Havenwood Heritage Heights is definitely within financial reach. Our assisted living prices are slightly less than the cost of assisted living in Concord, New Hampshire, which ranges from $5,000 to $6,150. Within the U.S., assisted living pricing vary, running from as low as $2,000 to upwards of $7,000. This has a lot to do with location and paying a premium price to live in a vibrant and attractive area. Concord, New Hampshire is one of the more desirable places to retire and remains a top-spot for adults due to its beautiful climate, rich history, and diverse culinary and arts scene.
When compared to the high cost of owning a home, assisted living is a cost-efficient way to get the daily care you need to maximize your quality of life experience. For example, the average cost of a home mortgage runs nearly $2,000 in New Hampshire. This is not including the cost of paying for in-home care or for home modifications like adding ramps for accessibility.
The true value of an assisted living community stems from the care and amenities included that support engaged and connected living. Our assisted living community members enjoy deliciously prepared meals, a variety of social activities, housekeeping, and wide-reaching perks including a movie theater, swimming pool, and cultural arts center. All of the health and wellness services are packaged with spacious private living spaces and compassionate care.
Residents can leverage a wide range of financial resources to pay for assisted living costs. Medicaid, as well as Home and Community Based Services waivers, have increased in recent years to help adults pay for medical-related costs. Qualifying veterans can access the Aid and Attendance Benefit that may provide more than $1,800 toward monthly expenses for a single person and more than $2,200 for couples. The cost of assisted living can also be offset by leveraging private resources such as reverse mortgages, loans, and long-term care insurance, among others.