Assisted Living Options

Unlock the possibilities

Explore our assisted living options and find one that feels like home. You can enjoy all the benefits we offer – and then some. At the Good Samaritan Society, you’ll enjoy a fulfilling, maintenance-free lifestyle with services available 24/7 when you need them.

Find the right location or take our quiz to find out which of our senior living options best suits your wants and needs.

If you have more questions, check out our FAQs section at the bottom of the page.

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Get extra support and services

At the Good Samaritan Society, assisted living residents live vibrantly knowing their needs will be met in an environment that feels like home. They enjoy safety and security within a community where help and medical care are never far.

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Assisted living offers extra support so seniors can experience a healthy balance between independence and assistance. Services include:

  • Help with daily activities, such as grooming, bathing and dressing
  • Laundry and housekeeping
  • Meal options available
  • Spiritual, recreational and wellness programs
  • Medication management
  • Transportation

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A worry-free lifestyle

Choosing the Good Samaritan Society is choosing more possibilities in assisted living. Watch your loved one embrace a worry-free lifestyle while you also worry less about the day-to-day details.

Our communities feature customized services and comforts in a place where friendly neighbors and supportive staff redefine what home feels like.

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Assisted Living FAQ

  • What is assisted living?

    Assisted living offers a combination of housing, personal care and other supportive services for older adults who want to remain in a residential apartment environment, but do not require the level of medical care found in a traditional nursing home.

    Residents have meal options available and receive individualized personal care from expert caregivers. They also enjoy daily activities and wellness programming that engage the mind, body and soul.

    Learn more about assisted living.

  • What is another name for assisted living?

    Assisted living is also sometimes referred to as senior living. There are also residences called memory care assisted living that provide services and housing for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias.

  • How much does assisted living cost?

    The cost of assisted living varies by location, level of care and services. Our communities allow residents to choose the services they need, and we can adjust their care plans if their needs change.

  • What are activities of daily living?

    Activities of daily living, or ADLs, include anything a person regularly does to sustain their quality of life and safety.

    These routine tasks include walking, eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, meal planning, cooking, housekeeping, managing medications and more. If any of these tasks becomes too difficult, assisted living can provide needed support.

  • What is the best age for assisted living?

    This depends on the needs of each person. The minimum age for most assisted living communities is 55 years old.

    If a person finds that their health and personal needs have changed, assisted living may provide the extra support they need to live stress-free as they move into the next phase of life.

    Learn more about what to look for in senior living.