Senior Care Resources for Families | Five Star Senior Living
Funding Options

Funding Options


We Help Put Exceptional Senior Living Within Your Reach
Five Star Senior Living understands that cost is a concern when you’re looking at senior living options. Whether your need is short-term or long-term, we are proud to offer exceptional senior care at a great value, thanks to our fee-for-service model. We also are happy to inform you about the following financial solutions that can make a real difference in assessing the affordability of senior living. In addition, we offer cost-comparison tools that show how Five Star stacks up against other retirement homes and continuing care communities. Please let us know if we can help you make the best decision for yourself or your loved one.

Veterans Benefits
The Veterans Administration offers a pension, up to about $2,000 a month, for qualified veterans and surviving spouses to help with the cost of senior living. While the paperwork can be overwhelming, Elder Resource Benefits Consulting can help. They can pre-qualify you and handle the entire process. To see if you qualify and for a free benefits analysis, please contact Elder Resource Benefits Consulting at:  
Life Care Funding
Did you know a life insurance policy can be converted to pay for care at Five Star Senior Living? Life Care Funding offers a service that converts your existing life insurance into an immediate Long Term Care Benefit Plan to pay for the cost of care. Qualifying is quick and uncomplicated, and there are no fees or obligations to apply. To find out more, please contact Life Care Funding at:  
While the cost of senior living programs can be eye-opening, many elderly people’s needs outweigh the costs. Because many families are facing this dilemma, we are committed to working closely with family members to identify the best possible funding options and finding ways to overcome financial barriers.

 

Was this article helpful to you? If so, please share it with others!

More recommended articles for you



« Back to Resources for Families