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First and foremost, our top priority is the health and safety of our Residents and team. The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a pandemic and public health matter. We are closely monitoring the rolling recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Health Care Association (AHCA), National Center For Assisted Living (NCAL), North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS), Mecklenburg County Health Department, and other health care facilities.
Assisted Living promotes independence in a home-like setting and offers assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) like eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring, and continence. Evening care and medication monitoring are also offered by caregivers. An individual's ADL performance is an important determining factor to gauge when and what type of long-term care is needed.
Nursing homes take care of people who are unable to perform most ADLs, or are sick and need round-the-clock skilled nursing care. Most nursing homes are in an institutionalized setting and are not conducive to encouraging independence.
No. We have a written agreement with a licensed home care agency that provides professional staffing to assist our residents with personal care services on a daily, emergency, odd hours, and/or as-needed basis. We do not offer continuous (non-stop) personal care services. Nursing facilities offer 24-hour continuous care.
Assisted living cost can be expensive. However, if six or more hours of daily personal care services are required, assisted living may be the most affordable option to meet your personal care needs. Plus, here are several more reasons to consider assisted living:
The challenges of caring for a loved one can be overwhelming for someone with many obligations, responsibilities, or inability to provide the level of required assistance on a daily basis. When there is not enough time in a day to properly get things done for yourself and everyone else, you may neglect your own personal care and fall short at providing the best care for your loved one. This is usually when it is time to consider assisted living.
Remember that Superman and Superwoman are fictional characters. It is ok to receive assistance, and our caring and knowledgeable team will be there to answer any questions and help make the transition as smooth as possible.
Plus, the following personal care services are offered by a licensed home care agency directly to our residents at CoHomes:
Contact us for more information on our amenities, services, and cost.
CoHomes Boutique Senior Living provides housing with services for a maximum of six residents and has an agreement with a licensed home care agency to provide personal care services, as needed. The caregiver-to-resident ratio is one to six. Our residents must require assistance with at least one ADL to qualify to live at CoHomes. (More)
In-home personal care services can be very expensive especially when additional time is needed on a more frequent basis. In Charlotte NC, the median home health aide/caregiver services cost is $25.36 hourly (or $202.88 for 8 hours of daily personal care services) and $4,421 monthly, according to 2023 Cost of Care Survey (calculated future cost with 5% inflation) by Genworth.com. The local median cost of assisted living is $4,532 monthly (plus the cost of care).
CoHomes rates start at $3,400 monthly (plus the cost of care). Our rate is less than the cost of a one night stay at most nearby hotels. If a senior is currently paying for a mortgage/rent, utilities, food, housekeeping, etc. and requires 6 or more hours of daily personal care assistance, it will likely cost more for them to stay at home with a part-time caregiver compared to being a resident at CoHomes with 24-hour staffing provided by a licensed home care agency. Plus, we offer short-term stays starting at $195 per day. A five-day minimum stay is required. (Limited openings, please call for availability.)
Also, hospital beds are usually preferred after a hospital stay or due to certain health conditions. Hospital beds usually rent for up to $500 a month plus the cost of delivery. Our hospital bed is available for rent, based on availability, for $10 per day.
Contact us at (704) 272-1777 for more information or to arrange an assessment to determine the exact rate for your loved one.
We accept private pay only. Residents may use funds from savings, retirement accounts, pensions, social security, long-term care insurance, veteran's benefits, family contributions, and other financial sources. Many families are surprised and disappointed to learn that Medicare does not pay for senior housing or assisted living.
In addition, many people are unaware that some related costs may be tax-deductible (check with your accountant or financial advisor).
Contact us at (704) 272-1777 for more information about our amenities, services, and costs.
We are conveniently located in the McAlpine neighborhood, near I-485 and Ballantyne, and close to Atrium Health Pineville Hospital.
CoHomes Boutique Senior Living Home Address:
Business and Billing Mailing Address:
15105-D John J. Delaney Drive #173, Charlotte, NC 28277
Office Number (call / text / fax):