Health Care Services
As a convenience for those looking for health care services, we have listed the following five links which could be of help. They range from adult day care to skilled nursing — all within a reasonable distance from the center of Scottsdale. For most sites, to get a listing, just put your zip code in and click.
Adult day care centers are senior care locations open during normal business hours which provide various care services, supervision, and social interaction for the elderly. Listed are 26 facilities within 31 miles of zip code 85251
Home health care companies offer a wide range of skilled medical services such as nursing care, physical therapy and occupational therapy from qualified medical professionals in addition to various services from home health aides. Other home care companies might offer assistance with daily activities, such as bathing and eating. Home care services are conducted in the comfort of your home. There are 50 such agencies within 7 miles of zip code 85251.
Skilled Nursing Facilities, more commonly known as nursing homes, are a healthcare option for seniors that are in need of constant medical attention. Nursing homes provide the skilled nursing care, appropriate medical monitoring and assistance with activities of daily living that many elderly persons require as they age and suffer various health setbacks. There are 50 skilled nursing facilities within 14 miles of zip code 85251.
Assisted living has emerged as a popular senior living option for those elderly people seeking a place to reside that offers medical monitoring and minor medical care while still offering personal privacy and freedom. Assisted living is licensed and regulated at the state level, which makes for a wide range of differences among assisted living communities. There are 50 such facilities within 6 miles of zip code 85266.
Long-term care insurance is for a range of services and supports you may need to meet your health or personal care needs over a long period of time. Most long-term care is not medical care, but rather assistance with the basic personal tasks of everyday life, sometimes called Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as: bathing, dressing, using the toilet, moving to or from the bed or chair, caring for incontinence, and eating. Other common long-term care services and supports are assistance with everyday tasks, sometimes called Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) including: housework, managing money, taking medication, preparing and cleaning up after meals, shopping, using the telephone, caring for pets, and responding to emergency alerts such as fire alarms.