Assisted Living Facilities in Avery County, NC

Assisted Living in Avery County, NC

There are 2 assisted living facilities in Avery County, North Carolina. These facilities provide assisted living apartments and help with everyday tasks to elderly seniors. Avery County assisted living facilities also provide memory care assistance for senior citizens with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Some facilities are part of larger senior living communities in Avery County and provide continuing care options.

Cranberry House

Cranberry House provides assisted living care in Newland, North Carolina. It can house a maximum of 60 55 and older adults at a time. With a location at 6215 N. Us 19 E Highway, in the 28657 area code inside Avery county, Cranberry House assists those older adults who need assistance with activities of daily living. Some of the amenities offered by Cranberry House include community and cultural events, on-site lectures and guest speakers and transportation to doctor's appointments.

The Heritage Of Sugar Mountain

The Heritage Of Sugar Mountain specializes in providing senior living in Avery county, North Carolina. It includes a total of 40 studio and 1-bedrooom apartments for 55 and over adults. The Heritage Of Sugar Mountain is pet-friendly and can provide assistance with bathing, dressing and transferring to any seniors living in Newland, NC and surrounding areas. The Heritage Of Sugar Mountain is located at 264 Sugar Mtn. #2 Road, 28657.



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2 Assisted Living Facilities in Avery County, NC. List of 2 best senior living options in Avery County for 2019.

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