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Ingersoll Place

(866) 826-8384

3359 Consaul Rd, Schenectady, NY


  • Assisted Living
  • Alzheimer's Care

Payment Options

  • Medicare No
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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Description of Ingersoll Place in Schenectady, NY

Number of Beds : 78

Ingersoll Place, located in Schenectady, New York provides the following services: Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Care. Ingersoll Place has a very good hospital, Ellis Hospital, located nearby, which scored a 92 out of 100 in its most recent Medicare review. The Ingersoll Place's nearest hospital is 3 miles away.

Ingersoll Place is an assisted living facility. Assisted living facilities are an apartment-style habitat designed to focus on providing assistance with daily living activities. They provide a higher level of service for the elderly which can include preparing meals, housekeeping, medication assistance, laundry, and also do regular check-in's on the residents. Basically, they are designed to bridge the gap between independent living and nursing home facilities. When thinking about how to pay for care, assisted living facilities are generally less expensive than nursing homes, if assisted living is a viable option for your loved one.

Also, Ingersoll Place facility provides Alzheimer's care. This means it has special safeguards for wandering seniors, and caregivers are trained in handling dementia behaviors.

Source: SNAPforSeniors, Inc.