Paradise Living Centers of Arcadia is a Residential Care Home located in Phoenix's highly desirable neighborhood, Arcadia. This care home's quaint yet elegant design is sure to appeal to anyone seeking a luxurious assisted living environment for their loved one. Designed with their residents' comfort in mind, each of the spacious living suites includes a large closet, individual thermostats for climate control, plush carpeted floors, private patio access, cable tv, high speed internet, and much more. The entire house is easily accessible with extra-wide doorways and halls. For your peace of mind, security cameras monitor high traffic areas throughout the home 24/7.
What Does Paradise Living Centers in Arcadia Offer?
Pricing & Availability
Families can expect to pay a minimum of $6,500 per month (the base rate) at Paradise Living Centers. There are four levels of care ($250 per level). Care level is determined at the time of admission. The costs will be applied according to the resident's need before signing the care plan.
A resident who requires a Level 2 care plan would expect to pay $7,000 per month for services at this care home (Base $6,500 + Level 2 $500 = $7,000 per month).
For up-to-date information regarding pricing, vacancy, and current specials, be sure to check out the Paradise Living Center's Dashboard.
*Please note: Prices are determined by the care home and are subject to change.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Paradise Living Centers Accept Long-Term Care Insurance?
Yes, Paradise Living Centers accepts most privately held long-term care insurance policies at all four valley locations. Paradise Living Centers does not accept ALTCS (Arizona Long Term Care System).
Is Transportation Offered to Residents?
Yes, transportation is offered at this facility for an additional cost. Please consult this facility's Care Coordinator for more information.
Does This Facility Offer Care Through End of Life?
Yes, Paradise Living Centers can accommodate most care needs throughout an individual's stay. Once the individual's health begins declining, the facility will inform the POA (Power of Attorney) of their options. Suppose Hospice or Palliative Care is in question. In that case, you are welcome to choose a provider of your own or go with the recommendation of the facility.