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Arizona has been a popular retirement location for several years offering many benefits for assisted living in a warm dry climate. For senior citizens, it supplies more parks, national monuments, and golf courses than any other retirement location. The West and South regions have watched a large growth in population in seniors seeking assisted living centers.
Arizona's larger cities like Phoenix and Tucson offer warmer winters but hot summers. Flagstaff and Prescott allow for a cooler climate due to their higher altitude. All areas have several new centers for assisted living centers and nursing home facilities in this very popular retirement spot. The current estimate shows over 820 thousand seniors over 65 call Arizona home. The snowbirds who visit during the winter months add many more to the count on a temporary basis.
The original London Bridge was moved then reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, and is a tourist attraction on the West border of the state. The state as a whole has sunshine 85% of the time and a monsoon season during mid summer season that helps the desert flowers come out. The Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the U.S., and is only a small part of the approximately 85% remaining open area that is public forest and park land, state trust land or Native American reservations in Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Health Services oversees all nursing homes in the state. The Division of Licensing Services, Office of Assisted Living Licensing regulates and monitors Assisted Living Facilities statewide. In Arizona, fees range from approximately $15 to $200 a day depending on the care received. Assisted living homes are less expensive and provide more individualized care in a homelike setting. Monthly costs for assisted living homes in Phoenix Arizona range from $2,000 to $3,500, allowing for an affordable senior care option compared to the cost of Arizona nursing homes cost of $6,000 per month average or more.
Most facilities receive inspections at least once a year, or more to guarantee quality and compliance. Adult Day Health Care and Assisted Living Centers provide different types of care, some have only a few residents in a single-family home, and others are apartment complexes with many residents. The cost of living is slightly higher than the national average, but Arizona does offer many outdoor actives in arts and recreation. There are many top-level health care facilities state wide including a Mayo Clinic to meet any health issues for seniors living in nursing homes or assisted living quarters.
Seniors or family members who are looking for an assisted living care center or a nursing home will find many options here. Arizona is a popular location, with general living costs that is on average or lower than the national average for most care requirements.