Our Network

ElderOp is a free service representing a vast network of over 800 independent and assisted living homes and communities throughout central Arizona. The ElderOp staff prescreens and regularly assesses these assisted living facilities regarding:

  • Appropriate licensing¬†
  • Specialized care and training¬†
  • Residents’ functioning level
  • Quality of life offerings
  • Comparative market value

We do the legwork for you to ensure that the best options are made available to you.

Arizona Assisted Living Options

Arizona assisted living home

The ElderOp Network consists primarily of assisted living homes and communities. Over the past 15 years, we have helped hundreds of seniors find the right assisted living residence. Assisted living facilities in Arizona fall into one of two categories, assisted living homes and assisted living centers. An assisted living home is a residential home licensed by the Arizona Department of Health for 5 to 10 residents. Residents live in their own bedroom or share a bedroom. Meals are served family style at the dining room table. Licensed caregivers work in the home 24/7 to assist the residents with any needs that they have. The ratio of resident to caregiver in an assisted living home is typically 5 to 1. 

Arizona assisted living centers are licensed for 11 or more residents but typically accommodate 50 to 150 assisted living residents. The residents live in their own apartment-like setting (minus a full kitchen) instead of their own bedroom. Meals are served restaurant style in a central dining room. Residents enjoy common areas through the community as well as schedule social and recreational outings. Licensed caregivers are on staff 24/7 at the assisted living center. The ratio of resident to caregiver in an assisted living center is typically 12 to 1. Memory care facilities, which fall under the category of assisted living in Arizona, typically have a resident to caregiver ratio of 5 to 1.

Assisted Living Center
Assisted Living Center

Arizona assisted living centers are licensed for 11 or more residents but typically accommodate 50 to 150 assisted living residents. The residents live in their own apartment-like setting (minus a full kitchen) instead of their own bedroom. Meals are served restaurant style in a central dining room. Residents enjoy common areas through the community as well as schedule social and recreational outings. Licensed caregivers are on staff 24/7 at the assisted living center. The ratio of resident to caregiver in an assisted living center is typically 12 to 1. Memory care facilities, which fall under the category of assisted living in Arizona, typically have a resident to caregiver ratio of 5 to 1.

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