Welcov assisted living communities offer independent living options for people who want their own space but need some supportive services. Our warm, welcoming environments and compassionate caregivers help you feel comfortable, safe and empowered to live on your terms.
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Welcome to Your New Home
At Welcov, we understand that moving from a familiar environment to a new community is a big change. We’re here to help you every step of the way. Before you move in, we’ll develop a personalized health and wellness plan that includes a pre-admission appointment with your physician. The plan also includes your individual preferences, lifestyle interests and goals.
Once you arrive, our transition team helps you thrive in your new home with services that include:
- Medication management
- Assistance with bathing and dressing
- Coordination of services with outside healthcare professionals
- Recreational and social programming
- Housekeeping, laundry service, and apartment maintenance
- Transportation coordination
- Three meals a day
We are committed to helping you pursue the activities you love while supporting you in a safe and caring environment you’ll be happy to call home.
If you are considering assisted living care, contact Welcov today to find a community that will meet all your needs.
Payment / Cost Information
At Welcov, we work with you to identify the rent and services costs based upon your individual needs. Our Cost Compare Worksheet can help you calculate your current monthly expenses and compare that to assisted living costs. We accept private pay, long-term care insurance and other state and federal financial assistance programs. We keep it simple. All costs include rent and services.
There is a base rental fee for each apartment or suite. This includes the apartment, utilities, parking, and some supportive services such as three meals a day, light housekeeping and laundry, 24-hour on-site staff, access to an RN, social events and activities, and transportation arrangements.
Service fees are based upon a customized plan of care tailored to the health status, preferences and lifestyle of each resident.
Medicare does not cover the cost of custodial care such as assistance with daily activities like dressing, bathing, and medication management. However, if certain criteria is met, a prospective resident may qualify for some federal-provided funding and services.