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Assisted Living WOONSOCKET, RI



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Assisted Living Facilities in WOONSOCKET, RI


1044 MENDON ROAD, WOONSOCKET, Rhode Island 02895

Providence County

License #: ALR01389

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: (401) 762-4226


116 GREENE STREET, WOONSOCKET, Rhode Island 02895

Providence County

License #: ALR01460

Capacity: 25 people

Phone #: (401) 439-1881



Providence County

License #: ALR01484

Capacity: 55 people

Phone #: (401) 438-4456

Woonsocket, Rhode Island Assisted Living for Seniors

A majority of individuals depend on incomes from their businesses and full-time jobs to survive. Attitudes about working or always attending to business can change as people become older because they may not be able to keep up or be as productive as they were before. Hopefully, by the time an individual retirees, they have enough money to live comfortably in an assisted living facility in Woonsocket. There is no need to worry whether a senior has enough cash to pay for the residences as there are various income sources that can come to the rescue.

Seniors have the option of withdrawing from pensions when they want to get funds to pay for assisted living facilities in Woonsocket, RI. Some older adults are lucky to have a steady stream of retirement payments that they get every month. Retirement accounts like an IRA or 401K can also be a huge help when residents are looking for money to cover costs at assisted living communities. Retirement withdrawals can contribute to annual income in a significant way.

The elderly can also get money from a savings account to afford the rates that senior living facilities in Woonsocket charge. Financial experts explain that seniors only require a minimum of half a year to a year’s worth investment in liquid accounts with no income generation potential and they are safe for the next financial year in regards to finances. Insurance plans and annuities can also help retirees to pay for assisted living communities. Note that immediate annuities present regular payments regardless of how many years the older adult will live. 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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