Independent Living in San Antonio, Texas

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Independent Living Information

More and more older people, electing to live independent, non-institutionalized lives, are receiving home care services as their physical capabilities diminish. Younger adults who are disabled or recuperating from acute illness are choosing home care whenever possible. Adults and children diagnosed with terminal illness can also be cared for at home.

San Antonio Independent Living costs vary depending on a multitude of factors including meal plans, size and configuration of residence, room location, and the facility's on site amenities; living in a particular area may also determine the final cost of living in an Independent Living community. Most TX Independent Living use a month-to-month payment system; however, some lean more towards long-term arrangements and upfront payments. In the American economical situation, one key advantage of Independent Living housing is the often less expensive costs compared to nursing home care in the same area. 41 states, including TX, also allow the option of community waivers that allow low-income residents to live in Independent Living. Depending on whether the resident has long-term health insurance, some of the costs may also be reimbursable.

 

Independent Living Comparison

Comparison Chart of San Antonio Providers in Texas

San Antonio Providers in Texas
Source: Independent Living Facilities Directory

Patriot Heights (Brookdale)


5000 Fawn Meadow
San Antonio, Texas 78240
Phone: 210.696.6005

Horizon Bay- San Antonio


9203 Cinnamon Hill
San Antonio, Texas 78240
Phone: 210.641.5046

The Waterford at Thousand Oaks (Capital)


4243 Thousand Oaks
San Antonio, Texas 78233
Phone: 210.656.7052

Did you know that...

42 percent of nursing home patients suffer from some level of dementia.

It is your right as a resident...

to be informed about your medical condition, medications, and to see your own doctor. You also have the right to refuse medications and treatments.

Source: http://www.medicare.gov

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