Silver Palms Certified Assisted Living is designed to maximize independence and quality of life by providing residents comprehensive services and support. Below you will find the services available and the cost of assisted living.

Each resident enjoys a private apartment along with the benefits and amenities of living in a our community. Assisted Living services include:

  • 24 hour staff
  • 2 daily meals (breakfast option available)
  • weekly housekeeping
  • laundry services
  • internet / wifi

  • utilities
  • apartment maintenance
  • activities
  • level 1 and level 2 nursing services
  • transportation upon request (fees may apply)

Cost of Assisted Living

Apartment Style

Level 1 Fee

Level 2 Fee

1 Bedroom $3,600 $3,850
1 Bedroom Deluxe $3,900 $4,150
2 Bedroom $4,300 $4,550
Additional Person Fee $1,550 $1,850

Additional Information And Other Cost of Assisted Living

All rentals are on a month to month basis, with a 30 day notice for rental termination.

Level 1 and Level 2 nursing services will be assigned to each apartment type and be included with rental.

Extra Charges:

  • Apartment Deposit: $1,000
  • Pet Deposit (non-refundable): $500 with approval
  • Monthly Pet Fee: $100
  • Monthly Continental Breakfast: $100/person
  • Cable Set Up: $30
  • Monthly Cable Fee: $18

Evaluating the Cost of Assisted Living

When evaluating the cost of assisted living remember that you, or your loved one, can expect an apartment, two daily meals per day, 24-hour supervision, weekly housekeeping, laundry services, and daily non-medical assistance as part of your monthly fee. Once you add up housing, meals, healthcare, social activities, and other amenities included in the monthly fee, the cost of assisted living can actually be comparable to at-home care.

Does long-term care insurance cover assisted living costs?

In general, most long-term care insurance policies are designed to work across the continuum of care and will cover expenses at approved assisted living facilities. It’s important to carefully review your policy to determine if the facility you want to move into meets the insurance company’s requirements. While assisted living facilities generally accept private long-term care insurance, sometimes an insurance company will refuse to pay because an assisted living community doesn’t meet its standards.