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Assisted Living Fayetteville, TN



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Assisted Living Facilities in Fayetteville, TN


113 MEDICAL CENTER BLVD, Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334

Lincoln County

License #: 261

Capacity: 24 people

Phone #: 931 438-9035


1681 WINCHESTER HIGHWAY, Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334

Lincoln County

License #: 67

Capacity: 24 people

Phone #: 931 433-7156


115 MEDICAL CENTER BLVD, Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334

Lincoln County

License #: 215

Capacity: 49 people

Phone #: 931 433-5000


109 BRIGHT AVENUE, Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334

Lincoln County

License #: 278

Capacity: 21 people

Phone #: 931 433-3436

Fayetteville, Tennessee Assisted Living for Seniors

Fayetteville has buildings, complexes, establishments and distinct parts that accept older adults for domiciliary services and care. These are assisted living facilities in the city whose primary aim is to promote the availability of proper residential homes for the seniors with disabilities so that they can enjoy life in a homelike and least restrictive environment. They are also put in place to offer senior living services to all the occupants in the residences, meeting each personal, medical and other needs efficiently and safely.

Another reason why there are assisted living centers in Fayetteville is so that they can promote aging in place for the elderly as they enhance personal individuality, privacy, independence and respect. Ideal candidates for these retirement homes are ambulatory or able to move on their own from a mobility device like a wheelchair to a bed or chair. Other classifications of the residences are the ones that offer assisted care to the disabled. They can opt to stay in a home for the ages that offers, board, room and personal residences to four or more individuals.

There is also an option for adult care homes that provide 24-hour care in a homelike environment for a maximum of five occupants. Regardless of the size of the home, the standard for the facilities is the same to ensure that everyone receives the best care without any compromise. The Department of Health governs the residences. Representatives usually make unannounced inspections at the home, at least once every fifteen months to make certain that residents get the best care without any compromise. 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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