Dickinson County Elderly Care (Kansas)

An Assisted Living Facility and Nursing Home in Dickinson County, Kansas is a local residential facility for elderly members of the community who need assistance with daily care. Dickinson County Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who don't require hospitalization but can't be cared for at home. Dickinson County Assisted Living Facilities usually consist of semiprivate or private apartments and provide care for the elderly with medication, intermittent nursing care, and assistance with daily living activities. Many Assisted Living and Nursing Homes offer dining programs, educational activities, and cultural and recreational events. In many states, Medicaid covers Dickinson County elder care facilities including Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes.

Abilene Place North Abilene KS 1100 North Vine Street 67410 785-263-7400

Abilene Place South Abilene KS 1102 North Vine Street 67410 785-263-7800

Chapman Valley Manor Chapman KS 1009 North Marshall Street 67431 785-922-6525

Enterprise Estates Nursing Center Enterprise KS 602 Crestview Drive 67441 785-263-8278

Legacy At Herington Herington KS 2 East Ash Street 67449 785-258-2283

Memorial Hospital Ltcu (Village Manor) Abilene KS 705 North Brady Street 67410 785-263-1431

A Department of Aging in Dickinson County, Kansas is a government agency at the state, county, or local level that provides support and assistance to elderly members of the community. Dickinson County Departments of Aging offer a number of services and programs to promote the health, safety, and independence of the elderly, including health and wellness programs, caregiver services, and elder abuse prevention. At the local Dickinson County level, Departments of Aging are involved in directly providing services, which can include cultural and recreational programming.

Dickinson County Department of Aging Abilene KS 109 East 1st Street 67410 785-263-1562