Rochester Center For Rehabilitation And Rochester nursing home is a Medicare-certified skilled nursing facility offering short and long term care. Its Medicare star rating is based on the quality of patient care, staffing levels and other factors. It is important to note that star ratings are a snapshot in time and may fluctuate based on the individual needs of each patient. We encourage you to talk with the facility directly to receive a more accurate picture of the services and care offered.
How many nursing homes are in Rochester New York?
On average, seniors in the Rochester area pay $12,380 per month for a semi-private nursing home room. This is almost on par with the New York state average of $12,319. However, it is more than $4,500 higher than the nationwide rate. Seniors can offset some of these costs by checking into long-term care insurance options, or contacting their Area Agency on Aging to see if local financial assistance programs are available.
In addition to assisting seniors with paying for their care, the Monroe County Office on Aging provides guidance and support for those who need help applying for public entitlements like Medicaid. One-on-one counseling is provided at no cost to help seniors gather military medical records and other documents, as well as representation if benefits are denied.
There are also many options for other types of senior care in the Rochester area. Home health care and assisted living facilities cost less than a nursing home, with home health care averaging $4,814 monthly and assisted living costing $5,180. These expenses can be further offset by a local program that provides hot, fresh weekday meals and frozen meals that can be reheated for weekends to seniors with limited incomes.