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Assisted Living Facilities in Salt Lake City, Utah
Designed to enable your best life.
A setting where exceptional amenities and peace of mind come together. Where each studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment features the comforts of a custom-built home in an environment that’s anything but customary. While upscale finishes and smart technology enhance everyday living. Well-designed common spaces and gathering places encourage residents to share time and experiences together.
At The Ridge Foothill, assisted living offers East Bench-area seniors no shortage of independence and opportunity. Here, you’re in the company of interesting, thoughtful and caring people who enjoy lives filled with meaning and purpose. And you’ll be supported each day by team members focused on helping with the activities of daily living and meeting your wants and needs based on preferences and routines. All the while, health concerns and medications are carefully monitored by licensed professionals, trained in enriching the lives of older adults.
Complete the contact form on this page to find out more about the distinct advantages of assisted living in Salt Lake City at The Ridge Foothill.
Frequently Asked Questions
In assisted living, residents are provided that little bit of extra help with the activities of daily living. In skilled nursing, residents require license nursing supervision 24/7 in a more acute care setting.
Long-term care insurance can help when paying for care, but the amount of coverage varies from insurance company to insurance company. Additionally, life insurance conversion benefits and Veterans’ benefits may be available.
When it comes to assisted living, we are dedicated to tailoring care plans specifically to the individual. However, one can always expect the comfort of knowing that little bit of extra help always there, whether that means assistance with the activities of daily life or more specific needs like medication management or health condition monitoring. Additionally, every assisted living resident is supported around-the-clock by a team of highly qualified, licensed professionals dedicated to meeting the needs and preferences of every resident in their care.
Yes, residents often move in independently and add a care plan later on as needed.
Yes, residents are able to stay within the community and go on hospice.
Yes, home health care providers and other specialists are welcome to visit the community.
A podiatrist can see residents in the community and charge Medicare for these services. Medicare will cover a podiatrist visit every 61 days.