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Assisted Living Burlington, MA

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Assisted Living Facilities in Burlington, MA

Stonebridge at Burlington

50 Greenleaf Way, Burlington, Massachusetts 01803

Middlesex County

Capacity: 48 people

Phone #: (781) 272-0080

Atria Longmeadow Place

42 Mall Road, Burlington, Massachusetts 01803

Middlesex County

Capacity: 42 people

Phone #: (781) 270-9008

Sunrise of Burlington

24 Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, Massachusetts 01803

Middlesex County

Capacity: 48 people

Phone #: (781) 229-8100

Burlington, Massachusetts Assisted Living for Seniors

Senior living communities in Burlington are congregated residential settings that feature contracted services and private apartments. Seniors living here can benefit from a la carte services depending on what their needs are. They pay rental package that can include housekeeping, snacks, transportation, laundry and activities. Residents also get a chance to enjoy a full range of services from hospice care to medication management and bathing. Many older adults move into the homes because of limited community services, isolation, need for supervision and assistance with daily care.

Tenants in assisted senior housing apartments in Burlington are both men and women from the age of fifty-five to a hundred plus. These are seniors who may be entirely independent in things like eating, but need a hand with toileting, dressing and transferring. Although ideal candidates are healthy retirees, some homes extend particular care to their inhabitants. It is where they look after residents who have impaired mental status that range from forgetfulness, mild confusion and mental health diagnosis. Others have medical personnel on site or trained staff members who focus on the occupants who require full assistance with medication administration. These are baby boomers who on average take around ten prescriptions and over the counter medicines per day.

A majority of older adults in assisted living facilities in Burlington pay for the services they receive in the facilities using private funds. Senior citizens usually pay for rent in the living quarters where they stay and services that the centers offer. Cost of the facilities is mainly dependent on amenities, location and size of living space in the rental package.

SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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