Choosing a West Virginia assisted living facility can provide your senior with the best of both worlds. They can live as independently as they would like while having the security of knowing that if they need any help with personal or support services, it will be available to them by the assisted living center staff. For example, your loved one could live in their own apartment at an assisted living center while getting help with everyday personal care tasks such as bathing, dressing or other grooming aspects. Plus, residents can usually choose what meals they would like to have in assisted living facility dining rooms versus their own apartment or on their own with family or friends.

 

A West Virginia assisted living facility is regulated by the state of West Virginia, so any assisted living homes you consider have to meet the standards set by the state in order to operate. Though most assisted living facilities are paid for with private funds, some long-term care insurance policies will cover the cost of licensed assisted living homes. Be sure to check with your senior’s insurance policy to find out what might be covered for your loved one.

Assisted living facilities in West Virginia offer the resident the chance to enjoy the state’s natural beauty and other cultural attractions. The state is known for its festivals, including the Princeton Autumnfest in September, the multi-day Beckly Kids Classic Festival and the Appalachian Festival held each summer in a variety of locations.