Rhode Island Assisted Living Directory

About the facility:

While Rhode Island might be best known as being the smallest state in the country, there are many other facts that make it a wonderful place to consider living. First of all, it has stunning coastal scenery that takes the breath away of anyone who loves the ocean. Walking along it’s shores you’ll find beautiful old lighthouses sprinkled about that used to guide ships safely home, and perhaps a sailboat or yacht sliding through the beautiful waters.

 

Further inland you’ll walk streets lined with trees that boast an incredible display of colors in the fall, and still find many historical buildings to remind you of it’s being one of the first colonies of this great country. Also, those who love bird-watching will not be disappointed. Being so close to the coast draws many interesting sea fowl in for bird lovers to observe, and you might even see a few majestic birds of prey from time to time.

 

But even aside from the amazing scenery your loved one would enjoy, another benefit of finding a new home in Rhode Island is it’s proximity to many other East Coast hot spots. If you have relatives living on this side of the country, then finding an assisted living community in Rhode Island for your loved one will keep them close by for relatives to visit often. Rhode Island is just about a 3 hour drive from New York City, and just a 6 hour road trip from Washington DC.

 

If you’re looking for a major city for your loved one to reside in, the top cities with assisted living options in Rhode Island are:

 

Providence

East Greenwich

Warwick

 

Here are the average monthly assisted living costs you’ll encounter in Rhode Island :

 

Assisted Living

$5,155
 

Homemaker Services

$4,385
 

Home Health Aide

$4,814

 

For Nursing Homes, the average costs of private vs semi-private rooms:


 

Semi-Private Room

$8,486
 

Private Room:

$8,669

 

Besides the prices of facilities found in Rhode Island , it’s also very important to research the facilities you’re interested in, making sure they are properly licensed and have no complaints filed against them. Rhode Island is a beautiful place to live, but it won’t feel so wonderful if the facility you choose for your loved one doesn’t have a professional and caring staff. The best way to find the right assisted living facility is to research online, look at reviews of the different facilities you like best, and then make a list of the facilities you like to visit in person.

 

You can research Rhode Island’s Assisted Living licenses and regulations here:

 


 

Other cities offering assisted living include:



 

Barrington   (1)

Bristol   (1)

Central Falls   (1)

Coventry   (2)

Cumberland   (2)

East Greenwich   (3)

East Providence   (2)

Greenville   (2)

Johnston   (2)

Lincoln   (1)

Middletown   (3)

North Smithfield   (1)

Pawtucket   (3)

Portsmouth   (1)

Providence   (8)

Smithfield   (1)

South Kingstown   (1)

Tiverton   (1)

Wakefield   (1)

Warren   (2)

Warwick   (4)

Westerly   (1)

Woonsocket   (3)