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Assisted Living Tewksbury, MA

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Assisted Living Facilities in Tewksbury, MA

Peregrine's Landing at Tewksbury

2580 Main Street, Tewksbury, Massachusetts 01876

Middlesex County

Capacity: 79 people

Phone #: (978) 657-0800

Blaire House at Tewksbury

10-B Erlin Terrace, Tewksbury, Massachusetts 01876

Middlesex County

Capacity: 70 people

Phone #: (978) 640-8610

Bayberry at Emerald Court

2000 Emerald Court, Tewksbury, Massachusetts 01876

Middlesex County

Capacity: 55 people

Phone #: (978) 640-0194

Tewksbury, Massachusetts Assisted Living for Seniors

One of the major concerns for the elderly moving into senior living communities in Tewksbury is how there are going to foot the bill. There are numerous options that older adult residents can explore which include retirement accounts, savings and well investigated reverse mortgages. If the above options do not work well for an individual, a retiree may opt use bridge loans to cover expenses in their new, comfortable, beautiful and secure home. Quickly liquidated financial assets or a lack of free cash from financial institutions can allow baby boomers to access short term loans. The money can fund their move.

Supplemental security income is another option that seniors have when they are looking for ways to pay for assisted senior housing apartments in Tewksbury. It is available to older adults who are entirely or partially disabled or impoverished by injury or illness. Here, older adults can take advantage of government assistance that is readily available to fund long-term care. It is best to contact the local Area Agency on Aging to find out the options available as well as eligibility requirements.

An older adult can also choose to rent out his/her family home so that they can get money for assisted living facilities in Tewksbury. It works for people who do not want to sell their homes. Turning the home into a rental property provides senior citizens with an income stream that can help out with covering the costs of assisted living. The elderly can work with longevity planners who specialize in financial needs of older adults to identify the best strategies to afford life at the residences.

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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