Avante at Roanoke is located at 324 King George Ave SW in Roanoke, Virginia. It is a 130 unit senior housing facility. With an average per-household income of $24,883, the community is in a generally working class area. It has a medium-density population, with around 10,000 individuals living in the 24016 zip code. Located nearby are houses of worship, retail shopping, healthcare facilities, and other local amenities. They are located just 0.57 miles from Carilion Medical Center. There are numerous drugstores within 1 mile of the facility. Additionally, there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, including Christ Episcopal Church, St Marks Lutheran Church, Second Presbyterian Church, and Highland Park United Methodist.
Avante at Roanoke offers assisted living and nursing home care. The community is an excellent option for residents who need help with day-to-day chores like meal preparation, showering, and house cleaning, but who are mobile and are somewhat independent. Also, they can provide for residents who are severely infirmed and need help with daily activities but also must have regular access to medical services.
This facility features a wide array of amenities and services to their residents. Medical services include dentist care , occupational therapy, podiatry services, dialysis administration, and psychiatric services. Also offered are a communal dining hall, a computer room, a hair salon, high speed internet, a fitness center, and other property features. Additionally, they provide various social activities that include arts and crafts , education programs, and off-site field trips.
The average monthly cost for Avante at Roanoke is estimated at $5,882. The Roanoke average for this type of care is around $5,840. While the US average cost is approximately $4,930, Virginia is around $5,160 each month.
Avante at Roanoke has been commissioned by both Medicare and Medicaid since 1985. In the latest rating by Medicare, they obtained an aggregate score of 2 out of 5 stars based on a collective criterion of overall quality, personnel evaluations, and health and safety assessments. During the latest period they had the following: no fines imposed, no payment denials, 11 deficiencies reported, no total penalties imposed, and 4 complaints reported.