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Cherry Blossom is a licensed, assisted living facility located in beautiful Plant City, Florida. At our home, we assist our residents with their daily personal needs while providing opportunities for socialization that will enhance their lifestyle!
Explore Our Lifestyles
One of the best things about choosing our home care service is the meaningful friendships created here, eliminating the social isolation that many seniors feel when living alone. We believe in a robust lifestyle for all seniors – a senior living experience full of joy and adventure, lived among friends that become family.
We build every resident relationship on trust, striving to earn it from the first conversation. Building meaningful relationships amongst our residents, families, and staff is the cornerstone of our assisted living program. When our staff knows your preferences, it’s easy to provide the assistance you deserve.
Cherry Blossom provides care and compassion for all our residents. We not only care about your love one’s lifestyle but spiritual health too. Our services include pastoral care and on-site church service.
Providing Residents Assistance With:
Housekeeping & Cleaning
What Is Assisted Living?
Assisted Living is a wonderful option for seniors who no longer wish to live alone or may need some help, but who don’t need or want institutionalized care in a nursing home. It is best suited for seniors who do not require complex medical care, but may require additional support with personal care and daily activities, or have some memory issues that makes it unsafe to live at home alone.
How Much Does Assisted Living Cost?
Based on the level of care needs and the service options chosen by the resident, Assisted Living monthly rates typically fall within the range of $2,500 to $6,500 per month. Alzheimer’s and dementia care usually falls in the higher end.
Who Is Right For Assisted Living?
Seniors who need some help with daily activities such as medication reminders, meals, dressing, housecleaning and monitoring, are appropriate for Assisted Living. Geriatric experts estimate that nearly 1/3 of people age 85 and older need some assistance with these types of daily living activities.
Seniors who want peace of mind, who don’t want to rely on family for assistance or care, are appropriate for Assisted Living as well. Additionally, many seniors simply want to live independently without the worries of home maintenance, shopping and cooking on a daily basis or just do not wish to live alone any longer.