Assisted Living

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Whether it's friendships made, activities engaged in, food enjoyed, or the daily caring interactions with staff, there's always something to make each resident feel comfortable and thrive at our Angels communities.

Giving your loved one a nurturing and loving home environment when they’re no longer able to live independently is priceless. We deeply understand the transition stage that seniors and families go through when thinking about assisted living, and we know it can be an emotional and difficult journey. It’s our goal to ease the transition and be there every step of the way. Approaching the topic of senior care homes can be tough, but it’s something families need to talk about. We’re here to help.

The peace of mind we give you and your family when they make decisions about assisted living, therapy and rehabilitation, or other big choices in later life plays an integral role in what sets us apart as assisted living facility providers. You will have the confidence that your loved one is being cared for in a way that exceeds the needs and expectations. We actively determine the needs, wants, and interests of our residents across all of our communities. It’s central to how we operate and we’re dedicated to doing everything possible to bring our residents happiness and ultimately, act as an enriching influence their lives.

Whether it’s the friendships they make, the activities they engage in, the food they enjoy, or the daily caring interactions with our staff, there’s always something for every resident to make them feel comfortable and ensure they thrive at our Angels’ communities. Read our Testimonials page to find out what some of our residents and resident families say to find out what it’s like to experience Angels Senior Living.

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Delicious Meals At Your New Home

Our assisted living residents enjoy delicious cuisine every day! Our regional managing chef works with each facility’s executive chef and kitchen staff to develop seasonal menus and present food in fun and tasty ways.

Fun Events & Companionship

Our communities have staff dedicated to enriching the lives of our residents. Shopping, sightseeing, eating out, and day trips are just a few of the activities we offer to keep you engaged and exciting, every day.

Wonderful Amenities

Many of our communities are unique in their architecture and offerings. Several provide dedicated chapels for worship and meditation, libraries, lovely courtyards and gardens, and more to enjoy.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Assisted Living

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Argentum (formerly the Assisted Living Federation of America) defines assisted living, among other things, as a long-term care option that combines housing, support services and health care, as needed. Assisted living is designed for individuals who require assistance with everyday activities such as meals, medication management or assistance, bathing, dressing and transportation. Seniors or others with memory-related diseases including Alzheimer’s may require memory care, needing help with mobility, incontinence or other challenges. At Angels, we provide all of this and so much more for our residents in a loving home environment.

Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) are best suited for seniors who need assistance in their daily lives, including meal preparation, transportation, hygiene assistance, and medication management. Specialized assisted living communities are also good options for seniors living with disorders such as Alzheimer’s, as well as mobility limitations, incontinence, or other conditions that limit their mental and/or physical abilities.

Moving a family member or loved one into an Assisted Living community is never an easy decision. But there are some telltale signs that caregivers can look for in order to recognize when it’s time such as wandering, home safety, increasing healthcare needs, and caregiver stress. Read more about this in our Decision Guides – The Hardest Conversation Part 1, 2, 3

Services are wide-ranging and include personal care assistance with bathing, toileting, dressing and eating, access to health care and medical services, medication management, on-site social and spiritual activities, recreation and exercise facilities, wellness programs, scheduled transportation, 24-hour security, weekly housekeeping and linen service, and assistance with scheduling appointments. You also can find a licensed nurse on staff and visiting physician.

We also offer all day dining for our residents and we’re known for providing culinary excellence at our assisted living facilities. Our enrichment activities are a huge benefit of residing at one of our communities as well. We’re dedicated to keeping these activities both engaging and customized to our residents and communities. We also offer on-site rehabilitation services for our residents.

Find a community near you or schedule a tour of one of our Tampa Bay area assisted living facilities now.

The national median monthly cost of assisted living (based on a private, one bedroom room) is $4,000, according to Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care Survey. At Angels Senior Living, we offer rooms, including all services, in every price range starting from roughly $2,500 a month so that each and every senior, despite their economic situation, can join our family in a loving and nurturing atmosphere without having the financial worry and burden.

​Assisted living residents and their families generally pay the cost of service through private financial resources, a personal Long-Term Care Insurance Plan and with the assistance of the VA Aid and Attendance Program. For additional information, please visit our Decision Guides – Financial Planning Part 1 and 2.