Boston, VA Independent Living
1 Independent Living Communities are located in the city of Boston, Virginia or nearby and can provide a fun, active and social setting for your retirement. In Boston, depending on the residents’ needs, Virginia retirement communities provide daily activity programs, frequent social interaction with residents, wellness programs, musical and art programs, music and pet therapy, social outings, religious service, activity rooms, family dining rooms and much more.
WHEN DO SENIORS IN Boston NEED INDEPENDENT LIVING?
Seniors and retirees in these 1 communities in Boston want retirement to be fun, relaxing and fulfilling. From fully prepared meals by gourmet chefs, food available any time of the day, laundry and cleaning service, beauty and grooming salons, swimming pools, wellness program, massages and much more, Virginia independent living communities really take pampering to a whole new level.
TYPE OF COMMUNITIES
Boston Independent Living Communities can look like large resorts or hotels with 50 to 200 residents. These care facilities will usually be located in commercial zoned areas are not regulated by state licensing.
However, Retirement Communities in Virginia that are considered CCRCs (Continued Care Retirement Communities) will have a full range of care services starting will Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and even Nursing Care. Boston CCRCs are regulated by state licensing due to the care services they provide. These communities have become a popular choice as of late since Seniors can receive all the care they need in one location.
Some nationally recognized Independent Living Communities that may be in Boston or nearby are familiar names such as Sunrise Senior Living, Brookdale Senior Living, Emeritus Senior Living, Atria Senior Living, Belmont Village, Senior Lifestyle, Holiday Retirement, and Five Star Senior Living to name a few.
INDEPENDENT LIVING COSTS IN Boston
The starting cost of Independent Living in Boston is $2100 per month on the low end and can go much higher depending on a variety of factors and preferences (source: Genworth Financial). The cost of living in the Boston area will depend on location of the community, age of the building, amenities and services offered and more.
Retirement living in Boston is paid by the residents out of pocket or through “Private Pay.” Unfortunately, Long Term Care Insurance, Veteran’s Aid and Attendance, Medicare or Medicaid do not cover the costs of Independent Living. The reason these organizations do not cover this type of senior living is that the communities typically do not provide any type of care to their residents.
We encourage you to browse through our Independent Living Facility Listings in Boston to help you narrow down your options and save time. For more free information regarding Independent Living options and pricing in Boston, please contact 877.523.6523 and a care representative will be more than happy to help you.
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