Cities with Assisted Living Communities in Vermont

The Residence at Shelburne Bay

  185 Pine Haven Shores Rd
Shelburne, VT 05482


Woodstock Terrace

  456 Woodstock Road (Route 4)
Woodstock, VT 05091


Valley Terrace

  2820 Christian Street
Wilder, VT 05088

Equinox Terrace

  324 Equinox Terrace Road
Manchester Center, VT 05255


Cathedral Square Assisted Living

  3 Cathedral Square
Burlington, VT 05401

Pillsbury South Campus

  90 Allen Road
South Burlington, VT 05403


Gazebo Apartments

  1510 Williston Road
South Burlington, VT 05403


Pillsbury Manor South

  20 Harbor View Road
South Burlington, VT 05403

Pillsbury Manor North

  1530 Williston Road
South Burlington, VT 05403


What are Assisted Living Communities?

Assisted living communities are not nursing homes. While definitions vary across states, an assisted living community is generally defined as a senior housing residential setting that provides or coordinates personal care services, 24-hour supervision, scheduled and unscheduled assistance, social activities, and some health-related services. Such communities provide a family atmosphere and are designed to accommodate residents’ changing care needs and preferences. They provide or arrange for the provision of daily meals and 24-hour assistance with the activities of daily living to persons living in a group residential community.

Assisted living housing can range from a handful of residents in a single home to hundreds of residents in a community that is comprised of apartment buildings, townhome villas and cottages. Amenities and services can also vary widely, from linen service and housekeeping to movie rooms, chapels, libraries, salons, pubs, billiards, private dining rooms, gyms and pools. Many communities will allow you to bring your own furnishings and in some cases, beloved pets. Personalized assessments upon move-in provide individualized care plans that are revisited regularly and updated as needs change. Some communities are also licensed to provide memory care, for residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, featuring separate dining areas with menus catered to residents’ nutritional needs, secure courtyards and a safe, structured environment.

Who is a candidate for Assisted Living?

Seniors who wish to maintain a level of independence but require help performing daily activities may benefit from personal care communities. It may be time to consider a move to assisted living if the following are issues:

What are Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)?

Assisted living communities provide help with daily tasks, such as:

What are the benefits of Assisted Living?

Not only do assisted living communities provide help with ADLs, they can provide:

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