Maranatha Village Retirement Community

Assisted Living 

Assisted Living at Maranatha is designed for the person who needs limited assistance with their daily routine.  Residents appreciate having three delicious meals prepared each day and assistance with their daily medications.   They also enjoy the security of having a nursing staff person on duty 24 hours a day to address any health concerns.  For those who qualify, Assisted Living proves to be a desireable alternative to nursing home placement.  It provides assistance with daily living as well as health supervision while encouraging each resident to maintain their independence.

One and two room suites are available with private bathrooms

Private one room suite - small   $1,575.00

Private one room suite - large   $1,800.00

Private two room suite -            $2,400.00   (Living Room, Bedroom & Bathroom)      

Semi-Private two room suite -   $1,600.00

Additional Services Available:

Assistance with Bathing (2 weekly) $100.00 (3 weekly) $150.00

Assistance with Dressing $150.00

The suites are licensed by the State of Missouri.  Depending upon your financial resources, you may qualify for assistance up to the State's maximum which is approximately $150.00 per month.

The Veteran's Administration also provides assistance to those who qualify.

 

The listed rates effective March 1, 2014 and are subject to change.

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