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Denver Low Income-Affordable facilities & listings

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3500 South Sherman Street, Englewood, CO, 80113

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Traditions at Englewood located in Englewood, CO, will offer 55+ Lifestyles, Independent Living and Low Income-Affordable. read more

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1313 N Sherman St Ste 500, Denver, CO, 80127

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1221 PEARL ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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1420 LOGAN ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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1365 WASHINGTON ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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1505 GRANT ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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1554 LOGAN ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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701 E 14th Ave, Denver, CO, 80127

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1575 PENNSYLVANIA, Denver, CO, 80127

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1627 WASHINGTON ST, Denver, CO, 80127

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What is the difference Nursing Care and Assisted Living facilities?

Nursing Care facilities

  • Designed for seniors who are in need of 24-hour nursing care.
  • Onsite medical staff.
  • Provided by registered nurses (RN) all hours of the day.
  • Provided licensed practical nurses (LPN) all hours of the day.
  • Nurses aides all hours of the day.

Assisted Living facilities

  • For the seniors who need assistance in daily activities, and some healthcare.
  • Through assistance with healthcare.
  • Through assistance with personal care.
  • Help with household tasks.
  • Planned social and recreational events.

Senior Care Data Points

What is the percentage of seniors in the United States, who are preferring to stay at home as they grow older and age?

More people are choosing to remain in their homes as they age. Various studies on aging, including a 2009 AARP study, have found that up to 89% of seniors want to live in their own homes as long as possible. The senior population has become the fastest growing segment in the United States; thus, the need for home care businesses will continue to increase.

Source: Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2015

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