Arizona Assisted Living

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Have you ever wondered what you'll do if a parent or significant needs more care than you can provide? Our facility provides general care for those that are aging or in need of assistance while carrying out life.

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Considering Memory Care?

Memory care is for those that are struggling with memory issues. This can be from a variety of things. Maybe they had a stroke, or perhaps they have dementia or Alzheimer's. Whatever the case may be, our compassionate staff is here to assist.

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Everyone who has had a parent or family member with dementia, or Alzheimer’s, knows just how hard it can be. Here we strive to foster an inclusive environment that is truly focused on our residents’ well-being.

Here, you can truly feel at home.

Life at Arizona Assisted Living

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Some of our most popular amenities include our reptile garden, aviary, turtle habitat, movie theater, ping pong, high speed internet, Direct TV, self playing Grand Piano, and our garden area. 

We work with our residents to maintain a healthy environment for everyone.  It is important to us that they have access to all of the latest technology and amenities.  This will improve their daily life by keeping in touch with their loved ones on the outside. At Arizona Assisted Living, we strive to offer the very best in the area.

Nutrition is important to us. Our loved ones have provided us with many healthy meals along their journey called life and we feel that it is now our turn to give back.  We hope they will enjoy the meals that we prepare with each other and form long-lasting friendships while they are here.  It is important to us to offer the proper nutrition that is needed for their aging bodies and minds.  This will help with alertness and improve concentration. Snacks and hydration are, of course, always available 24/7 but we prepare proper meals that are served in our dining room or in their room of choice.

Your loved one deserves the best.

Quality Individual Care Is Expected Here.

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Our homey environment is meant to give the residents a sense of belonging.  We hire friendly and personable staff that are ready to get to know each of our residents and their likes and dislikes. This sort of interaction is important to us, as they will have countless encounters with each other. Our caregivers are encouraged to celebrate milestones and give small parties to the residents for special occasions. This helps uplift spirits and encourages interaction between not only the staff but between residents as well. We are all in this together and having social interactions is what life is all about.

Our staff can help assist with the basic needs of each of our residents and many medical needs as well. Each of our residents are at different levels of life and need different levels of care.  That’s okay, we will sit down and go over what you need and what is expected from us.

We are licensed by the state and work with families to bring them together and decide on what is best for their aging loved ones.  At our Queen Creek facility, we take the time to go over the options as well as discuss what is expected of us.  Be sure that you take a tour of the facility with the loved one that is going to be staying. Allow them to explore and even spend the day there to see how they like it.

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What To Consider When Choosing A Facility

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It can be hard to know who to trust when finding a place for your loved one. Each facility will vary in amenities and services provided. Many will not offer memory care which is essential for some residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia  Although we strive to be the very best in care and acceptance, sometimes we aren’t the facility for you, that’s okay!  We truly care about everyone that comes through our doors and if you are more comfortable somewhere else, then we encourage that. This is going to be their new home.

Both finding the level of care that you need to be combined with the atmosphere you are comfortable with is important.  This is home. Remember that when you are visiting.  Don’t think of it as a place that you are visiting but how you would feel living here.

We encourage our new residents to get to know others in the facility by engaging in group activities and coming to the dining room to eat. Many of our residents are very inviting and welcome newcomers with open arms.  They are happy to speak to you about their senior living experience.


Should you have questions regarding senior care in Arizona or living at our facility, please ask!  We have helped countless families with their decision and are happy to help answer all the questions you might have. 

Our goal is to have all of our residents happy and healthy even if that means only a short stay. We encourage our residents to be their very best.  A positive atmosphere and mindset are important at all stages of life. We work with our staff to help them understand the benefits of encouraging words and a positive attitude as well. It is important to our residents and the overall atmosphere of the facility.

Facilities vary by many qualities and amenities. Because of that, they vary by price. The average cost for assisted living in Arizona is between $3,500 – $6058 per month. Memory care costs approximately $720 to $1,140 additional each month due to the increased need for supervision and security. Contact us for pricing and availability for our Queen Creek facility.

The short answer is yes! But you must be eligible for Arizona Long Term Care (ALTCS) and only some facilities are contracted to accept AHCCCS. “AHCCCS contracts with several program contractors to provide long term care services. An ALTCS program contractor works like a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). The program contractor works with doctors, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals, pharmacies, specialists, etc. to provide care.”

More often than not, Medicare will not provide coverage for the costs of assisted living or long-term care. However, in some situations Medicare will cover qualified healthcare costs at specific facilities for the duration of their stay. In most cases, Medicare is used to cover the cost of home health care at skilled nursing facilities.