Financial Solutions to Help You Pay For Care
At Cascade Living Group, we understand that making the decision to move to a senior living community is one that involves a lot of research and thorough financial planning. We also recognize and understand the importance of being able to afford your care, especially during these difficult economic times. Fortunately, we are partnering with several organizations to help you find convenient financial solutions that will assist you in paying for your senior living care. These financial resources include:
Long Term Care Insurance
Covers the cost of care that is not covered under other insurances and Medicare.
Companion living brings together two unrelated residents to share an apartment in Independent living or assisted living. This offers a more affordable option, but all the features and benefits of senior living like, great meals, engaging activities, transportation and most importantly experienced team members dedicated to compassionate care remain.
Tax exemptions are available for both residents and family caregivers to help cover the costs of assisted living and memory care services. Check with a tax accountant for details.
Good Friends Make Good Neighbors
We take great pride in knowing how much you enjoy the many benefits of living in our community and we’re so glad that you have chosen Cascade Living Group as your home. You can benefit from telling all your friends about us! That’s right…refer a friend or family member to us and take advantage of some great bonuses! (Void in states where prohibited)
Provides financial assistance to veterans or the widow/widower of a veteran. Individuals may be eligible for up to $1,800 per month from the Veteran’s Administration to help pay for assisted living, skilled nursing care, residential care home or home care.
Helping Pay For Care
“Seventeen years after open heart bypass surgery my friends heart has started to fail him again. Virg, always a Marine is a Korean War Veteran and one of the ‘Chosen Few’ that fought in one of the bloodiest battles of all time at the Chosen Reservoir in Korea. The first of this year we started to notice his health failing and he was having trouble speaking clearly. After a brief hospital stay the diagnosis was Congestive Heart Failure. After living alone all of his life we knew we were going to have to make a change to an assisted living facility. ” – Rob Huston