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We can help you with more than 14 options for assisted living facilities in Fort Wayne, IN and the surrounding area. Monthly costs of facilities in this area range from $1800 to $5500.
Families who are trying to find assisted living in Fort Wayne, Indiana, will be glad to see all the city has to offer. With a population of 255,000, Fort Wayne is full of things worth seeing. The annual BBQ RibFest is held every June, and the Germanfest highlights the city's largest ethnic population. The city has a Jonny Appleseed Festival that seniors in assisted living in Fort Wayne are glad to attend. Similarly, the Three Rivers Festival and the National Soccer Festival are popular with the locals.
For seniors with a penchante for the arts, this town doesn't dissapoint. The Fort Wayne Museum of Art delights art enthusiasts, and music fans love visiting the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. Assisted senior living residents in Fort Wayne often take trips to the city's many museums, including the African/African-American Historical Museum, and the Greater Fort Wayne Aviation Museum.
When looking for senior living in Ft. Wayne, ask detailed questions about the care and services provided. Some facilities offer just meals, laundry, and housekeeping, while others offer more medically-oriented services such as medication management or even dementia care. A personal care assessment will let you know initial costs for a facility, but these costs often rise over time as the resident's needs change. Assisted living in Fort Wayne, Indiana can meet all your needs and more if you're careful to ask the right questions.
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