One Kalakaua Senior Living is located within the McCully-Moiliili neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii. It is a 32 bed senior housing community. The facility is in a largely middle income area, with an average per-household income of $42,856. It is heavily populated, with approximately 32,000 residents in the 96826 zip code. It is located near retail shopping, houses of worship, medical facilities, and other local conveniences. They are located only 0.17 miles from Shriners Hosps For Children. There are numerous pharmacies within 1 mile of the facility. There are also numerous churches within four miles, which include Church of Jesus Christ of LDS, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
One Kalakaua Senior Living offers assisted living, independent living, and nursing home care. They can provide care for individuals who require help with daily activities but who wish to retain some level of independence. Also, they can provide for individuals who are self-sufficient but want a maintenance-free lifestyle that includes on-site maintenance, house cleaning, and social activities. In addition, they can service individuals who need a high level of attention and round-the-clock nursing care.
This community features many different amenities and services for their residents. Room amenities include on-site maintenance, wall-to-wall carpeting, in-room washers and dryers available, in-room kitchenettes, and central air conditioning. Also offered are a 24-hour staff and transportation assistance, along with other personal services.
The average estimated cost of care for this facility is around $6,567 monthly. This is greater than the $5,542 average cost for the city of Honolulu. While the nationwide average cost is around $3,928, the State of Hawaii is around $5,784 each month.
One Kalakaua Senior Living has been operating since 1998 and they are registered with Medicaid and Medicare. They obtained a total score of 5 / 5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare, based upon a collective measure of overall quality, personnel reviews, and health and safety inspections. They had no complaints reported, no payment denials, no total penalties levied, 6 deficiencies recorded, and no fines levied within the latest year.