Assisted living with more independence.
Assisted living at The Monarch at Richardson means feeling engaged, honored and fulfilled, regardless of physical or emotional challenges. Here, you’ll enjoy freedom from home maintenance and receive personalized assistance that will empower you to live the way you desire.
Whether you’d like a little help with medication management or assistance with daily living like dressing and personal care, the team at The Monarch at Richardson is here for you. This Dallas County, TX, assisted living community includes thoughtfully designed apartments with private baths that give you a place to call your own.
Our innovative wellness philosophy, Salus™ by Solvere (Latin for “well-being”), offers programs that emphasize the physical, social, intellectual and spiritual components of wellness to help you thrive and achieve your personal goals. This philosophy permeates every aspect of life at The Monarch at Richardson.
Customized, one-on-one programs offer meaningful interactions that help you build connections and relationships. From health support to housekeeping, we’re 100% committed to your safety and well-being.
Assisted Living Services in Richardson, TX
The Monarch at Richardson offers an engaging lifestyle to promote connections in our assisted living community. Residents benefit from numerous services, including:
- Assistance with daily living (additional costs may apply based on wellness review and service level)
- 24-hour health monitoring led by a licensed nurse
- Emergency response system in each bathroom
- Weekly housekeeping
- Housekeeping, personal laundry and linen services
- Concierge services
- Fitness and wellness programs
- Maintenance services
- Scheduled transportation services for social events and cultural programs
Pricing for Assisted Living at The Monarch at Richardson
Moving into an assisted living community may be more affordable than you think. You’ll pay a one-time community fee and a monthly service fee with four wellness packages based on individual needs.Speak to us about pricing View Pricing
Assisted Living FAQs
As you consider assisted living communities for yourself or someone else, you may have some questions. We’ve put together this list of frequently asked questions to assist you in your research.
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is a supportive living option that includes housing, assistance with personal care needs, dining and a variety of convenient services and amenities. For individuals who value their independence but can benefit from help with personal care, dressing and taking medications – assisted living can provide an ideal option.
How do you find the right assisted living community?
The decision to move to an assisted living community is a big one. There are several options to consider including the environment, cost and lifestyle. Download our free resource guide to learn what to look for and help determine the community that is best suited for you.
Is an assisted living facility different than an assisted living community?
No. These two terms are interchangeable. Modern assisted living communities focus on providing a comfortable, home-like environment in an enriching, active community.
What does assisted living provide?
Assisted living communities focus on personalized care for older adults in a home-like setting. The overall goal is to provide a level of support that matches individual needs while promoting a healthy lifestyle and offering social engagement opportunities.
Common assisted living services include:
- Medication management
- Help with ADLs and IADLs
- Housekeeping and laundry
- Social programs and activities
Assisted living community staff are available to you around the clock.
Does Medicaid pay for assisted living?
Texas residents who qualify for Medicaid can expect the program to cover a good portion of their assisted living care community costs through the state's STAR PLUS program. This program covers the cost of assisted living community services, but it does not cover room and board.
Who pays for assisted living facilities?
Beyond the costs covered by Medicare and Medicaid, families pay for assisted living community fees with a combination of benefits and resources. For example, they might use funds from Social Security benefits, pensions, Veteran’s benefits, home equity and personal savings.
It is important to understand the limitations and requirements of programs like Medicaid, which requires recipients to meet several qualifications regarding property and income.