Elk Run Assisted Living
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About Us

Elk Run Assisted living is a special and caring place where individuals and families come when a loved one needs a safe and comfortable living arrangement. The emphasis is on providing the best quality of life possible for our Residents and peace of mind for their families. Elk Run Assisted Living is licensed to serve 68 residents.
Elk Run Assisted Living provides a comprehensive program and services approach to support individuals who need assistance with their activities of daily living. Whether it is bathing, medication administration, housekeeping, laundry, a social activity schedule, appetizing home-cooked meals, or simply a safe environment, Elk Run is prepared to meet the needs of your loved one.



Elk Run Assisted Living practices sound financial management to keep rates reasonable and reserves a number of its units for financially challenged individuals. We are licensed by the State of Colorado to accept Medicaid residents, and will assist you in the process of applying for and receiving those benefits. Of course, if you enter Elk Run Assisted Living as a private pay individual, and spend down until Medicaid benefits are necessary to stay, we will work diligently with you to avoid unnecessary moves. However, we are not able to guarantee Medicaid availability.

Elk Run Assisted Living works closely with qualified home health agencies in the area. Upon a doctor's recommendation, the agency of your choice, will come to Elk Run and access the residents needs and develop a plan of care, and provide the necessary services. All this in the privacy and comfort of your own apartment. Often, this is paid for under the resident's Medicare benefits. We are knowledgeable about Medicare benefits, and will help you access all the benefits to which you are entitled.
Finally, we recognize the necessity for flexible programs and services that are updated to meet the changing needs of our residents. Our professional staff is trained to appreciate and adapt to their changing needs. Functional and cognitive needs assessments are done regularly to update the care plan to appropriately address and adequately meet those