St. Joseph County Assisted Living & Nursing Home

Find St. Joseph County Indiana 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.

Cardinal Nursing and Rehabilitation 1121 East Lasalle Avenue South Bend IN 46617 574-287-6501

Countryside Place Nursing and Rehabilitation Center 811 East 12th Street Mishawaka IN 46544 574-259-7171

Morningside Nursing and Memory Center 18325 Bailey Avenue South Bend IN 46637 574-272-2602

Senior Helpers 205 West Jefferson Boulevard South Bend IN 46601 574-400-8689

Wedgewood Pines Assisted Living 50771 Hollyhock Road South Bend IN 46637 574-277-8160

West Bend Nursing and Rehabilitation 4600 West Washington Street South Bend IN 46619 574-282-1294

Wood Ridge Assisted Living 17650 Generations Drive South Bend IN 46635 574-271-1151

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What is the difference between Assisted Living and a Nursing Home?

The residents at an Assisted Living facility typically have a higher degree of independence than Nursing Home residents. Nursing Home residents require nursing medical attention on a daily basis, while Assisted Living residents may not require ongoing medical attention. The residential facilities may differ, with Assisted Living facilities offering apartments while Nursing Homes have single or semi-private rooms.

Does Medicare or Medicaid cover Assisted Living or Nursing Homes?

Medicare does not typically cover Assisted Living facilities, but it may cover Nursing Home services. Lower-income seniors can use Medicaid to help pay for Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Home services. Veterans Benefits, long-term care insurance, and life insurance may also provide financial assistance to pay for Assisted Living.

Are there age requirements for Assisted Living and Nursing Homes?

The age requirements for Assisted Living and Nursing Homes vary depending on the state and facility. Some facilities allow residents of all ages, with stipulations that a certain percentage of the population must be older adults. Other states require a minimum age of 65 to live in an Assisted Living facility or Nursing Home.