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See full list of all 950 licensed assisted senior living facilities in Ohio for 2019. Senior Living Help enables senior citizens and their loved ones to search for every licensed assisted living facility in Ohio. If you or your loved one are trying to locate a facility in any part of Ohio with kind and caring staff who will help with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, moving around or any other activities, please browse all facility listings below by your city or county, or alternatively use the search box above to find an assisted living home in Ohio that is nearby.

In Ohio, Assisted Living Facilities are referred to as Residential Care Facilities. This is much different than just assisted living. It is more involved and the scope of care is widened. There are different licenses that an assisted living facility can have. They can choose to be just a basic care and personal needs type of facility.

This type of facility takes care of ADL’s for the resident and then any extra care may be contracted by the resident and is self-directed by the resident as well. There is medical care in the way of medication dispensing, but there isn’t much else. The licensee can also choose to provide all the services assisted living does and also include memory and Alzheimer’s care. When they apply for the license, they must state how they would like to operate their facility.

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Cost and Payment Options for Assisted Living in Ohio

The statewide average cost of assisted living in the state of Ohio is above the national average at $4,278 per month. The national average is $278 per month lower at $4,000. This is a base-rate with no extra services other than basic care for senior care residents who are ambulatory. If the senior in your life does not require much care, it may be better to look into other senior living options in Ohio that do not offer much assistance with daily living. The cheapest assisted living facilities in Ohio are located in Springfield, Youngstown, Cleveland and Canton. They range from $479 to $1,185 below the average for the rest of the state.

The least affordable assisted living homes in Ohio can be located in Akron, Mansfield, Dayton, Cincinnati, Middleton and Wilmington, which are an additional $252 to $1,022 above the average for the state. This is not an inexpensive source for assisted living. Remember that these are the rates that do not reflect any more than basic personal care. Unlike nursing homes in Ohio, assisted living facilities do not include post stroke care or physical therapy. They do not include any sort of memory care or dementia care. This type of care can cost $1,000 - $1,500 more than the base rate. While planning, it pays to know both the menal and physical condition of the senior prior to moving them into an assisted living facility.

In Ohio, there is a Medicaid waiver simply called the Assisted Living Waiver Program. They will only cover costs for basic services at Ohio assisted living facilities, but not the cost of the room and board. It is always good when planning to see what assets you have that could be liquidated in order to pay for assisted living in Ohio. There may be retiree benefits and long-term-care insurance that could help as well.

Unit Requirements for Assisted Living in Ohio

In every assisted living facility in Ohio, there must be no more than 4 residents per senior care unit. The floor space is to be minimum 100 square feet per single occupancy and 80 square feet when 2 residents are sharing the unit. For old construction units, for every 8 residents there must be a shared toilet, sink and a bathing unit such as a tub or shower. There must be a separate bathroom and shower and bathing facility for males and females that are unshared. New construction assisted living facilities must have all shower, bathing and toileting in each senior care unit for private use only.

950 Assisted Living Facilities in Ohio

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