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Assisted Living Burlington, VT

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Assisted Living Facilities in Burlington, VT

St. Joseph's Residential Care Home

243 North Prospect Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401

Chittenden County

License #: 155

Capacity: 41 people

Phone #: 802-864-0264

Pennington House

1822 North Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05408

Chittenden County

License #: 607

Capacity: 6 people

Phone #: 802-863-3231

Ethan Allen Residence

1200 North Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05408

Chittenden County

License #: 128

Capacity: 39 people

Phone #: 802-658-1573

Lakeview Community Care Home

322 St. Paul Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401

Chittenden County

License #: 177

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: 802-488-7033

Converse Home

272 Church Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401

Chittenden County

License #: 1010

Capacity: 72 people

Phone #: 802-862-0401

Cathedral Square Senior Living

3 Cathedral Square, Burlington, Vermont 05401

Chittenden County

License #: 1001

Capacity: 36 people

Phone #: 802-651-0887

Burlington, Vermont Assisted Living For Seniors

Burlington is an entrepreneurial, vibrant, innovative and historic city that has not lost its charm despite inviting real edginess. Visitors and locals alike love its abundance of parks, walkable downtown, streets ripe with cheerful dining options, plenty of art, and shopping spots. Food lovers are in for a treat in the city as they explore breweries, choclateries, farm to table restaurants that serve local meats and fresh produce as well as world renowned maple and cheese. Beaches in the city are perfect for afternoon swims or paddleboard and kayak experiences.

It is no surprise that many seniors love to spend their golden years in the city. Fortunately, Burlington has a couple of assisted living facilities where older adults can retire in peace. Note that some people also refer to these establishments as residential care homes and each comes with different living room designs. Retirees can find homes with more than a hundred beds and others with less than six beds allowing them to pick the one that is most suitable for their situation. A majority of the senior living residences are non-medical facilities where they provide shared or private rooms and bathrooms, couples apartments, one and two-bedroom apartments, studios, condominiums, and cottages.

Residents at assisted living facilities in Burlington get to choose roommates if they opt for shared accommodation, and room layout and size as well. Most occupants do not need large private rooms as the residences offer ample activity rooms and public spaces. Smaller rooms can really help save on expenses.

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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