Assisted Living & Nursing Homes in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Find Cedar Rapids, Iowa assisted living and nursing homes. Assisted living facilities and nursing homes provide information on senior home care assistance including independent living, retirement communities, apartment rentals and homes, and adult day care.

There are 4 Assisted Living & Nursing Homes in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, serving a population of 130,330 people in an area of 71 square miles. There is 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 32,582 people, and 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 17 square miles.

In Iowa, Cedar Rapids is ranked 111st of 1056 cities in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per capita, and 111st in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per square mile.

Brookview Senior Living 2903 F Avenue Northwest Cedar Rapids, IA

Garnett Place Retirement Community & Memory Care 202 35th Street Drive Southeast Cedar Rapids, IA

Keystone Cedars Assisted Living 6325 Rockwell Drive Northeast Cedar Rapids, IA

Ridgeview Assisted Living Community 2975 F Avenue Northwest Cedar Rapids, IA

About Cedar Rapids Assisted Living & Nursing Homes

Cedar Rapids Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Homes are residential facilities for older adults who require assistance with daily care in Cedar Rapids, IA. Many of the same services provided by Assisted Living may also be provided at a Nursing Home. Assistance may include Cedar Rapids nursing and elderly care as well as help with household chores, daily living activities, and transportation. Cedar Rapids Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who do not require hospitalization but cannot be cared for at home.

You may contact Assisted Living & Nursing Homes for questions about:
  • Cedar Rapids senior living and housing
  • Assisted living communities
  • Senior living communities
  • Cedar Rapids nursing home care
  • Senior healthcare programs
Cedar Rapids Senior Nursing Care

Cedar Rapids Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Homes provide 24-hour nursing care for residents. This can include emergency first aid, pharmacy services, medication management, and medical record maintenance services. Most Cedar Rapids senior care facilities offer regular medical checkups for residents from a staff physician or nurse. They also provide help with daily activities such as dressing, bathing, and transportation. Residents may have access to their own vehicles, and they can also participate in scheduled outings or request chauffeured transportation for appointments, classes, or errands.

Senior Rehabilitation Programs

Assisted Living and Nursing Homes may offer different levels of care depending on the facility. In addition to long-term care for seniors, Assisted Living and Nursing Homes can also provide short-term rehabilitative services for people recovering from Cedar Rapids hospital stays or whose home caregivers are temporarily unavailable. Some facilities specialize in memory care services, and many may offer home healthcare support or nurse services. Some Cedar Rapids Nursing Homes provide lighter care, while others care for seniors who may not be mobile or who need help eating. Iowa licenses and regulates Cedar Rapids Assisted Living and Nursing Homes.

Cedar Rapids Senior Independent Living Facilities

The residential housing in Linn County Assisted Living facilities or Nursing Homes typically includes semiprivate or private apartments in independent living facilities, or rooms for residents. The living spaces are designed for the comfort and safety of elderly residents, and they often include an emergency call response system. Some Cedar Rapids senior housing offer suites designed for couples, and many allow pets. Household care and maintenance services, such as laundry, cooking, and cleaning, are provided by the Cedar Rapids facility. This includes meals and snacks, which are offered through a dining hall.

Senior Citizen Recreation

The services provided by an Assisted Living Facility or Nursing Home include programs and activities designed for Cedar Rapids residents. These may include physical fitness classes, educational activities, and cultural and recreational events. Some facilities offer dance, art, and music classes, while others host book clubs, guest lectures, and round-table discussions. Physical fitness classes may include walking clubs, aerobics classes, and strength training classes.