Senior Living Options In Utah

Learn more about senior living options available in Utah.



Learn More About Assisted Living

There are several options for assisted living in Utah. We are here to help you.

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What is Assisted Living?

  • Assisted living is a housing option for seniors who want to live independently but still require some basic personal care assistance, for example, medication management, meals, bathing, dressing and transportation.

  • There are more than 31,100 assisted living communities in the U.S and the number continues to grow, including here in Utah.


Is Assisted Living in Utah Costly?

The cost varies of assisted living near you depends on the location, size and amenities provided.

  • In the Greater Salt Lake City, Utah area, the average cost of a one bedroom is between $3,000-$4,000/month.

  • All assisted living communities are different, some include care costs in the room rate, whereas a majority offer different levels of care, allowing you or your loved one to live as independently as possible.


What Types of Assisted Living Services are Offered in Utah?

  • Each offers its own unique community; however, they all offer the same basic types of service.

  • Daily Meals

  • 24-hour care and staffing

  • Social Engagement

  • Activities Program

  • General Housekeeping

  • Assistance with Activities of daily living (typically provided at additional costs)

  • Showering Assistance

  • Medication Management

  • Transfer Assistance

  • Dressing Assistance

  • Hygiene

  • Monitoring

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 Learn More About Memory Care

We are here to help you with local memory care options in Utah.

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What is memory care?

  • Memory Care is a housing option for seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or require a higher level of care assistance.

  • Memory Care communities are secured communities, which require a code upon entering or exiting, ensuring that you or your loved one is safe within the community.

  • Memory Care communities often offer private, semi-private or shared rooms depending on one’s specific requests.


Is memory care costly?

  • The cost varies depending on the location, size and amenities provided.

  • In the Greater Salt Lake City Area, the average cost for memory care is around $4000 a month

  • While the cost is typically higher than assisted living options, most communites have an all- inclusive pricing model for the basic ADL’s (showering, dressing, hygiene, etc.) Some communities will have different levels of care for incontinence and or complex medication management.


What types of services are offered in a memory care?

  • Each assisted living facility offers its own a unique community; however, they all offer the same basic types of service.

  • Daily Meals

  • 24-hour care and staffing

  • Social Engagement

  • Activities Program

  • General Housekeeping and laundry

  • Medication Management

  • Secure Environment


When is the right time to move someone with Alzheimer’s/ Dementia?

  • Alzheimer’s is a specific form of dementia. As the Alzheimer’s and/or dementia progresses, the ability for one to complete their ADL’s independently, decreases.

  • Families and friends will typically see their loved ones struggling with day to day tasks more often than usual. For example, forgetting to eat, wearing the same clothes over and over again, mismanaging their medications, not remembering what they did during the day, or looking for something/someone that is not present.

  • Often times families feel they should keep these individuals at home until they absolutely have to move. It has been shown that individuals who move to memory care communities sooner than later do better, as they have more assistance, as well as more interaction which prevents isolation.

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