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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Macon, GA

Macon has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Macon is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Macon is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Macon, those are $29,145, $687 and 88.6 respectively. If the cost of living in Macon is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Perry, Dublin or Milledgeville which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

Macon, GA - 68 Results

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Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care

Costs Minimum Rate: $3200/month Room and housing options 1-bedroom apartments 2-bedroom apartments Dining options I...

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Independent Living

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Memory Care

General Medicare Provider Number: 111671 Ownership Type: Other Date Certified: 06/26/2008 ...

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Hospice, Nursing Homes

General Medicare Provider Number: 115680 Ownership Type: Non Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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Nursing Homes

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Assisted Living, Independent Living

Costs Minimum Rate: $2145/month All Inclusive Rent Fee Structure Extra: Move In Fee: $1,000. Security Deposit (Refundab...

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Independent Living

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Assisted Living

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Assisted Living

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Assisted Living


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Assisted living complexes or senior living apartments can be either home environment where the residents live in a furnished room and have a common area with other residents and they may share a bathroom and eat in the dining room. The other style is a large apartment complex where the resident is able to live in their own studio, one or two-bedroom apartment complete with their own private full bathroom, kitchen and living room. Most seniors prefer the apartment style although this type is typically more expensive depending on the level of care provided. Both types of assisted living communities have one thing in common; their purpose is to help those who need some assistance with their daily living activities like hygiene and bathing. The facility is staffed with nurses and nurse’s aides at all times giving the residents an added element of safety and security should they have an emergency at any time.

Assisted living facilities provide their residents with the care they need but they also give them something else, their independence. Most seniors as they reach the stage in life where they need assisted living, or even younger people who have special needs, have become seriously ill or have been in an accident, want to be able to enjoy certain activities like shopping and going out to dinner but they are unable to drive. The assisted living facility will offer transportation services in the Macon, Georgia area. Whether your loved one wants to shop at the local mall or the infamous flea market, the facility will provide them with that transportation. Macon also offers medical services at four different medical centers, ensuring that your loved one will get the medical attention they need, when they need it.

The climate in Macon is relatively nice. Residents in Macon enjoy warm summers with lots of sun and little snowfall in the winter. The cost of living in the state of Georgia is typically less than the national average, therefore the average yearly cost of assisted living will also be less. The average yearly cost for continuous assisted living care in Macon is around $30,000 depending on the level of care required.

When it comes to assisted living facilities in and around Macon, there are many different options to choose from; it is up to you and your loved one to decide what your needs are and what you require from a facility. Once you have decided what your needs are, you will still need some assistance in weeding out the facilities that have had problems or complaints. We’ve gone through the entire database of assisted living facilities in the Macon area to decipher which ones meet their standards and which ones’ should be avoided.

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