Care you can afford.

The decision to move a loved one into assisted living is not an easy one. Reduce the stress by fully exploring several considerations for assisted living for seniors. Whether you are looking for assisted living or full memory care, Gruene Senior living offers compassionate living solutions for your loved one.

Quality of Life

Is the senior able to take care of themselves in a safe and fulfilling manner? Are any in-home nursing arrangements sufficient, or is more care required? Does the individual feel safe and comfortable? Is the family or caregiver able to offer the necessary support?


Evaluate the current cost of living, including rent, food, maintenance, transportation, medications, in-home care and entertainment. Compare this with the cost of an assisted living community, where most of those variables are included in the overhead. Allow for any increases or unforeseen expenses.


Most assisted living communities do not accept Medicaid or Medicare. Certain insurance policies do include assisted living, so check your policy or talk to your insurance agent.

Financial Aid

Many times, financial assistance is available through state or federal programs for qualified individuals.