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There are many factors to consider when choosing a senior living community, and we know cost is an important one.* Every aspect of our care and services is highly personalized to best fit the needs and preferences of our residents; our community’s pricing reflects this, and your daily rate will consist of the following:
We offer a variety of floor plan options, allowing you to choose just the right amount of space that fits your needs and lifestyle. Check out our floor plan pricing below.
Before you move in, one of our nurses will meet with you to conduct a comprehensive assessment of your health needs, in order to determine your care level. Your care price is in addition to your chosen suite and will reflect your assessed care needs.
Some services, including medication management and continence products, are priced separately from your care level. Depending on your assessed needs, some additional service fees may apply.
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Because we tailor our support to you, our offerings are never one size fits all. Prior to move-in, one of our nurses will work alongside you and your physician to conduct a comprehensive geriatric assessment. Your daily care rate will be calculated based upon this assessment.
In order to meet your specific needs, Sunrise of La Palma offers the following levels of care.
Learn more about our care levels below, or take our Care Questionnaire to help determine your needs.
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*Pricing is subject to change without notice. One-time move-in fee may apply. For exact cost, please contact our community.
†The appropriate care level of each resident can only be determined by a healthcare professional through a comprehensive assessment. Assessments are conducted regularly, and a resident’s care level may increase if more care is required based on the resident’s most recent assessment. The resident shall be responsible for the cost of the increased level of care when he/she begins receiving such service.