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SENIOR RESIDENTIAL CARE
IN SIOUX CITY, IOWA

Charter Senior Living of Northpark Place, Woodbury County’s Premier Senior Housing Community 

Our Residential Care services include assistance with the activities of daily living (dressing, bathing, etc.), and medication oversight along with convenient life enrichment services designed to help residents be their best selves and live their best lives. Licensed nurses are on-site 24/7.

Experience Our Difference the Moment You Visit.

Walk through the doors of our Sioux City, IA senior living community and see residents who love the familiar, homelike comfort of our welcoming staff members at our senior living community. 

Here, you’ll experience a warm, family feel, unlike any other senior living community you’ll find. You’ll see happy residents who are living an engaging, fulfilling lifestyle. 

You’ll be greeted by our professional staff who are ready to listen to you and learn all about your wants, needs  and stories! You’ll see firsthand how our programming, neighborhood design, amenities, personalized services, dining rooms, care and unsurpassed warmth work together to make it easy for residents to live independently with purpose, opportunity and joy!

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Our Senior Care Services At a Glance

  • Three meals per day
  • Assistance with various daily activities, including bathing, grooming and dressing
  • Medication management and monitoring
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • 24/7 security and emergency call system
  • Pet-friendly community

    Familiar. Fulfilling. Fun.

    Life at Charter Senior Living of Northpark Place helps seniors avoid a common problem with living at home – isolation. Here, residents have countless opportunities to connect with friends, family and staff. We offer many options to stimulate and engage their minds and bodies in a safe and comforting environment. 

    Residents take baking and art classes. They garden and enjoy active aging classes and clubs. They play games and laugh with their neighbors and friends. They’re engaged and happy to be around other people! They go outside of our campus to get ice cream, walk in the park, dine at the local Historic Pearl District restaurants. Quite simply, they enjoy a life that’s familiar, fulfilling and fun.

    Independent Lifestyles at our Assisted Living Community Father Daughter on couch

    What Is Residential Care?

    There are many Residential Care facilities for family members and seniors to choose from; each one serves a different purpose depending on the needs and types of health care the resident needs and desires. 

    Unlike skilled nursing facilities and memory care communities, Residential Care is focused on helping seniors with the activities of daily living and residential care. Signs that Residential Care may be a good option for you or a loved one include:

    • Needing help with medication management 
    • Noticeable weight loss or gain
    • Loss of mobility or increase in falls
    • Neglecting household maintenance and chores
    • Being no longer able to perform daily tasks of grooming and preparing meals
    • Increased isolation

    Families will have peace of mind knowing their loved ones are living healthy, independent and active lives. They’ll have more time to focus on enjoying time together and enjoying all life has to offer. 

    Like Home – Only Better.

    Our open floor plans of living, dining, kitchen, and activity rooms provide an inviting environment that residents love to call home. Most residents walk out of their apartments and into welcoming common spaces. There are no elevators or endless hallways. Instead, residents enjoy an easy-to-navigate one-story community … it feels like home – only better.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the difference between Residential Care and a nursing home?

    Overall, the main difference between Residential Care and care offered in a nursing home is that nursing homes provide medical and personal care in a clinical setting, while Residential Care primarily provides personal care in a homelike, social setting.

    Who qualifies for Residential Care?

    Seniors whose health or well-being requires a higher level of support or those who would benefit from a healthier lifestyle and social engagement qualify for Residential Care. Most communities conduct a health assessment that follows state regulations to determine what level of care or assistance is best for each individual.

    Other care options

    What kind of services does Residential Care provide?

    Residential Care communities give older adults personalized care in a residential setting. Most communities – including Charter Senior Living Residential Care communities – provide services that include:

    • One to three meals a day
    • Monitoring of medication
    • Personal care, including dressing and bathing
    • Housekeeping and laundry
    • Some medical services
    • Social and recreational activities
    • Care coordination
    • Mobility assistance
    • Complimentary transportation

    Some Residential Care communities offer respite care or Short-Term Stays. Additionally, some communities offer access to home care services for those who may need more assistance than is provided at the community but who are not yet ready for a skilled nursing care center.

    How much does Residential Care cost?

    The Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2020 estimates the regional median monthly rate for Residential Care is $3,750, which breaks down to around $123 per day. To put that into some context, the same survey says a private room in a nursing home will cost around $231 per day ($7,026 per month). Home health aide services average $165 per day. At Charter Senior Living of Northpark Place, monthly rates start at $3,300.

    Who pays for Residential Care?

    While your personal health insurance coverage continues and your pharmaceutical coverage continues, Medicare typically doesn’t pay the costs for Residential Care. Most Residential Care residents pay for this kind of care from their personal resources or with help from coverage provided by long-term care insurance. Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits can help cover the cost for eligible Veterans and surviving spouses who are over age 65.