Can I afford living in a retirement home?
We get asked this question often. Seniors come in for a tour at Country Meadows Village and fall in love our community but worry about the cost.
Let's break down basic home ownership. On your own, considering your home is paid for, you pay for property taxes, property insurance, water, sewer, electricity, gas, garbage, cable, wi-fi, car payment, car insurance, gas, groceries and the endless costs of maintenance, including lawn care. The list goes on and on…..
At Country Meadows Village, your cost includes all of this! Plus, you don't have to mow the lawn, vacuum the carpets or cook your food. We have personalized care plans, restaurant-quality food and dining, entertainment, 24-hour on-site staff, cognitive support groups, all wrapped up in beautiful and comfortable accommodations.
Here's the best part: some of our residents utilize government help like Veterans Aid and Attendance. Moreover, we accept long term care insurance for assisted living and as an added plus, we accept Medicaid. So if a resident runs out of money and has qualifying health needs, they can transfer over to Medicaid to stay. No need to move.
In Oregon, a senior living ombudsman can help you navigate any potential benefits. Visit: adrcoforegon.org or call 1-855-673-2372 to speak with a representative to help you.
Now is a perfect time to start looking into senior living. Aging ain't for sissies and the sooner you plan for your golden years the better. Together let's take away the burdens of home ownership and begin each day with carefree fun!
COUNTRY MEADOWS VILLAGE
155 S. Evergreen Road, Woodburn