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Assisted Living 

Omaha, NE and surrounding communities

How we help

Our team of Advisors has helped hundreds of older adults transition successfully into Assisted Living facilities.  We will help you identify the facilities that meet your needs today while taking into consideration your future needs. Then we will join you on tours of prospective communities to be a resource throughout the process.  We estimate that most clients save at least 80 hours of valuable time when they choose to work with us.  Our services are free so please reach out today to see how we can help you.

What is Assisted Living?

These facilities provide hands on assistance to older adults who need help with activities of daily living (ADLs).  These facilities frequently help their residents a variety of services including medication management, bathing, dressing, grooming, transfer assistance (i.e. help from chair to wheelchair), meal preparation, transportation, social activities, etc....  

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Questions? Ready to get started?

Call us at 402-990-6994 or contact us

What does Assisted Living cost?

Cost varies greatly from facility to facility.  On the low end, Assisted Living facilities in the Omaha, NE area start at around $3,000.00 per month with some facilities starting closer to $6,000/month.  We strongly believe that every older adult should have a trusted advisor by her/his side as they weigh their options.  This is imperative given the cost of these services.  We have resources at our disposal that will save you time, money, and stress.  Call us today!

Are there any benefits for Veterans?

While Assisted Living is expensive, additional resources are available to help you pay for it.  Veterans and/or their spouses frequently receive benefits for Assisted Living care.  The most common benefit is the "Aid and Attendance Pension."  This benefit provides the Veteran and/or their spouses with financial support to pay for their care.  Our Advisors can help you determine whether or not you are eligible for this benefit.  



What happens when you run out of money?

Another benefit for older adults is Medicaid Waiver.  Some Assisted Living Facilities will allow you to use Medicaid Waiver, as a payor source, AFTER you have lived there for a specified period of time (i.e. 2+ years).  An experienced Senior Advisor can help you understand what resources are available and when you may be eligible for them.

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