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Find the best assisted senior living facilities in Vermont for 2019. Assisted Living Near Me enables you to search for all state-licensed assisted living facilities in Vermont. These facilities are perfect for seniors who require daily help with certain daily living activities that include: showering, maintaining their assisted home, moving around the facility, grooming, going to the bathroom, self-feeding, being able to get in and out of bed and others. User our assisted living locator to find the perfect assisted living center in Vermont for yourself or a loved one.

Don't see your city/town/village on the list? Please use our assisted living search box to find 167 assisted living facilities in 68 cities, towns and villages in Vermont. Find assisted living in Vermont by city, zip code or county name.

Vermont is uncharacteristic for a New England state. The northeastern part of the United States is known for having very expensive senior housing, but Vermont is the exception. In addition to lower housing costs for traditional residences, elderly care facilities like assisted living centers are also much cheaper.

Statistically, northeastern communities like New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine are all members of the Top 10 states for most expensive senior living.

Meanwhile, Vermont falls back much further on the list and is far closer to the national median. It is by far the least expensive state for assisted living in the northeast.

The lower prices can attribute to the seclusion of Vermont, as very few people live here compared to other densely populated New England states and for the reason that the winters can be much harsher than in other New England states.

However, for senior citizens who are willing to endure slightly longer winters and a more remote style of living in a state that only has 600,000+ people and no major cities, Vermont is a good alternative for senior living because of its fair prices.

The Vermont Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living department handles licensing and matters regarding assisted living. The state breaks its residential care institutions for the elderly into a few different categories.

The assisted living types in Vermont include assisted living residences, residential care homes, and level III residential care or assisted living residences. The level III facilities provide the most assistance with personal care, 24/7 monitoring, and basic nursing support.

Use our Vermont assisted living database to find out everything you need to know about each type of facility.

Vermont Assisted Living - Cost

The Green Mountain State is average in terms of median monthly costs for assisted living. Its median average is only $3,860 per month, which is at around the national figure.

Vermont assisted living is far more affordable compared to any other part of the northeast. The towns of Bennington ($3,930 per month), Manchester Center ($4,015 per month), Windsor ($4,075 per month) and Middlebury ($4,315 per month) are all well regarded for affordable senior living costs.

Families looking for financial assistance related to assisted living can turn to the Global Commitment to Health Waiver for support.

The Assistive Community Care Services and Attendant Services programs are two other initiatives that can help with senior living aid under the state’s Medicaid system.

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