Mesa Arizona Assisted Living
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Senior Planning is a trusted Arizona based agency that assists thousands of Arizonans each year with their long term care needs and benefits. Since 2007, Senior Planning has been an invaluable resource for Arizona seniors and their families who are making decisions about present and future long term care needs.
Providing Free Service
Senior Planning provides placement and aid assistance services at no charge. Senior Planning is paid commission by communities and agencies for care that we arrange for you, allowing us to work with you free of charge. Our services will never cost you a dime. We advocate on your behalf regarding care and pricing, rather than being on the side of our care partners.
Working Towards Assisted Living in Mesa
Seniors who are having difficulty maintaining their quality of life in their home may want to consider a Mesa, AZ assisted living community. Assisted Living fulfills daily personal needs and care services at a variety of different levels, assisting seniors with those things that they are having difficulty with. We work with you to identify the best options either in Mesa or Valley wide, and help negotiate with facilities to ensure that you get the best possible pricing. We also provide guidance to those who need help applying for supplemental aid to afford assisted living options.
Benefits for Mesa Assisted Living
Senior Planning provides assistance to those who need supplemental benefits, either through the ALTCS program (Arizona Medicaid) or through the VA or another program. ALTCS is the most widely used program, providing financial aid to seniors or disabled individuals who need long term care, provided that they meet certain medical and financial criteria. We can work with you to make sure that the ALTCS program is applicable and a good option for you before applying. Even after you’re eligible for ALTCS, not every facility will take ALTCS patients so we can help find you an assisted living provider who accepts ALTCS in Mesa.
In addition to ALTCS recipients, a large portion of our clients are veterans. We work with clients who are former wartime members of the US Armed Forces, along with their spouses to get benefits for long term care through the Department of Veterans Affairs. The primary applicable program is the Aid and Attendance program. We can help you work through the somewhat lengthy process of application.
Mesa Assisted Living Resources
Senior Planning can provide resources for individuals and families who are not yet ready to begin actively searching for assisted living, or do not feel that they need a full service agent.
If you need to know how much care you need, or whether or not assisted living is the right Mesa area care option to pursue, Senior Planning can help by providing you with an assessment of your needs. Assisted Living in Mesa Arizona can also vary a great deal in terms of price, so it’s important to consider your budget in the long term before you make a commitment. Assessment of your needs can be provided by phone or in person by a Senior Planning agent.
Request a Background Check
You may already have a specific community in mind, perhaps one you are familiar with through a friend. While we would never discount word of mouth recommendations, it’s important to do your due diligence on the community in question before you make a commitment. The Arizona Department of Health regulates all Mesa Arizona assisted living facilities, and Senior Planning can provide you with the details of those reports. Our agency also has experience dealing with many communities and we’ve likely had former clients who have been residents there. Just ask and we will share any available feedback.
Community List Request
If you are interested in assisted living in the Mesa, AZ area, Senior Planning can provide you with a list of applicable homes in your area. Each of our lists are customized for the requester, and we can incorporate factors such as pricing, location, care capacity, and other personal, lifestyle, and language concerns on an as-needed basis. Our listings also include information about a community’s background. We generally to do not refer communities that have long histories of substandard care. You can request a list of local communities below. For faster service, please contact our office by phone.